It's small and hard to find, but this place is one of those "best kept secrets" you hear about. It's also a good candidate for "that romantic little French place".
The food's great, the couple that runs the place (he cooks in the open kitchen and she waits the three tables and half-dozen counter seats) do a fine job of making you feel at home and welcome, and the wine list, although not extensive, is well-chosen and reasonably priced.
Every time I go, I tell myself that I should arrange my schedule so that I could go more often.
I recommend making reservations, and bring cash because I don't believe they take credit cards.
It might be well to go sooner rather than later, because the couple must be getting close to retirement age.
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