Went for my husband and my anniversary. 1st off, let me say-if you are considering a reservation, grab immediately as they go fast! The restaurant is super small and very romantic so don't hesitate.
Now-for the review itself.
Parking was super easy as they had onsite parking. We arrived about 20 minutes early and our table was ready. Despite being a small restaurant, we never felt rushed (just the opposite actually!) to finish and turn the table over. The hostess was very nice. Our waitress was professional and nice but I can see where other reviewers would consider the service a bit hastened.
We had already decided that we would order the 3 course dinner for Approx $70 pp (including service, but not tip). Our waitress brought out the gorgeous chalkboard and we decided that trying the scallops was a must along with the foie gras as we hadn't had that before. I am so glad we tried both! The scallops were large and perfectly cooked and delicious. The foie gras was delicious and unlike anything we have ever tried. We also went out on a limb and had the caviar tasting which was $18 for 2 bites and a shot of vodka. My husband did not care for it but enjoyed the vodka but I wish we had the money for more! Our main courses were the Duck cooked 2 ways and the filet de bouef which was cooked to a perfect medium rare. We both enjoyed our meals. Lastly was dessert. I chose the trio as I am a huge creme brulee fan and my husband had the Kentucky Pie. I was dissapointed in the the dessert trio-the brulee had a slight bitter burnt taste, the pot de creme was ok and the mousse was entirely too sweet for my liking. I wish I had tried the floating island as it looked delicious and would have been something new. Overall the dinner was definitely delicious and memorable. For anyone on a budget as we are, the dinner was $190 including 2 teas, 2 3 course dinners and 1 tasting of caviar. Tip is included in the price but you can add more if you wish.