The Low Down
Save Money: The prix fixe menus are more reasonable than at most of the city's other fine French restaurants. While a three-course lunch costs $28, both four-course and five-course dinner menus are $42.
Know Before You Go: The menus change about every six weeks. Check the restaurant website for details.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Here you can taste the fruits of the most advanced students' labors. The menu changes seasonally, so make sure to come back for a whole new experience.
Will not go back again.
By Vadimbar at Menuism
Itâs impossible to get a seat without a reservation weeks in advance. I canât understand why people... Read More
Best service in town!
By Harry H. at Judy's Book
Best company I dealt with in a while. Thanks for the great service, will forsure save your number in my phone for future emergency services! Read More
Very good restaurant.
By brunoc at Menuism
Very good restaurant. Prices are OK! (1) Seared Duck Breast And Braised Duck Thigh With Rhubarb: Good recipe! Read More
Wonderful 5 star experience
By Lan T at Insider Pages
Must make reservations way in advance but well worth it. You get 5 courses. We chose an appetizer, a meat and a fish dish, then we get palete clean... Read More
prolly one of my fav's in the city. great deal, changing ...
By ClaraPark at Menuism
prolly one of my fav's in the city. great deal, changing menus, guest cooks/instructors. great service.... Read More