Reminiscent of a streetside café in the celebrated chef's home country, this small eatery has been dubbed as the longest-running French restaurant in the city. Traditional menu favorites include quiches, crepes, escargot, cassoulet and coq au vin. The eatery is known for its roasted duck; therefore, it's a must that someone order it. I highly recommend the grilled salmon. It's topped with caramelized onions, which adds a defining hint of sweetness to perfectly complement the dish. The chef doesn't skimp on quality; many specialty items are utilized to generate flavorful dishes. A contemporary décor resonates, with deep red hues, dark wood tones and an Eiffel Tower motif. The sidewalk patio is a nice place to enjoy a meal, especially on a cool evening.