The new outpost may not be as large as the original but at 222 covers, it's no small place. And it has a similar Art Nouveau-inspired décor, featuring wooden tables, mosaic floors and large mirrors as well as a charcuterie counter with imported meats. During brunch and lunch hours, U can grab a ham and cheesebaguette to go, while at dinner U can while away for hours sipping on French burgundy and plates of foie gras.
The main menu, of course, is all about the big French classics U'd expect to find in any Parisian bistro. Executive Chef Jerome Dihui brings U éscargot, steak frites and coq au vin as well as quintessential French desserts such as profiteroles and crème brûlée.
The wine list features both Old and New World wines, while cocktails come curtsey of bartender Anthony Bohlinger (ex Maison Première), who has created cocktails with French and Martinique-based spirits.
French bistro classics
Old and New World Wines