Inspector Pick (Cuisine/Specialty): A highlight worth noting that I very much enjoyed is the Soupe St. Tropez which full of flavor and filled with succulent shrimp and crabmeat.
Classic. Nestled in a white cottage built in 1927, this French restaurant boasts six intimate dining rooms done in Parisian and Southern French styles. Buttery yellow beaded-panel walls are lined with French memorabilia; think posters, paintings and porcelain plates. Escargot, pâté, squab, salmon, duck, venison, lamb and other specialties are skillfully prepared by the owner/chef using traditional French cooking techniques. Thirty minutes notice is needed for soufflé preparation. A four-course early bird menu is available for $32. The owners are celebrating the restaurant's conception for over 30 years.