Great intimate French restaurant. The decor is beautiful, you'll spend a good portion of your meal looking at all the vintage french posters adorned on the walls. In the background you'll hear the sounds of Edith Piaf and Monique Serf, a nice touch that makes you fell as if you are in an old Parisian bistro. Delicious food and wine with a happy hour from 1-7, great for early birds like myself! Quite inexpensive for French cuisine in NYC. It wouldn't be French cuisine without an appetizer of escargot. They are served in a traditional garlic parsley butter and simply melt in your mouth. My favorite dish the the Canard Roti. The chef roasts the duck to perfection and it is served with a delicious grand marnier sauce and wild rice. The selection of souffles is to die for. These must be ordered when you order your entree so I advise you order and leave room for dessert - you won't regret it. My recommendation is the praline souffle.