Nice little French Bistro in Papeete. I loved the Duck Breast with Fois Gras. I also had the baked mussels.. My wife enjoyed the mahi in puff pastry. The service was friendly and efficient and not overpowering. The atmosphere was very laid back similar to a Paris bistro. The attire was very eclectic with one elderly gentleman in a t-shirt (weird), while other folks were dressed up. I would have liked it better but there was entirely too much garlic for my taste in some of the dishes, overpowering. I could not eat the potatoes au gratin. The baked mussels were at the limit of my garlic. I like garlic, but this was way too much. The other issue we had is that the manager(?) was sitting next to us on her laptop typing all throughout what I had hoped would be a quiet romantic dinner in this quiaint restaurant. The prices were reasonable and the plates decorated nicely. I would have given it a 5 if it were not for the heavy hand on the garlic and the heavy hand clicking on the keyboard.
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