White-lace curtains, Medievalthemed wall paintings and other exotic decorations instill a romantic French ambiance when you step inside this restaurant. The hanging Victorian lamps set a cheerful yet tranquil mood for a great afternoon to get to know someone. The French cuisine offered at this quiet restaurant is sure to impress with appetizers like beef carpaccio, escargot; and main dishes of fried goose liver, steak, cream and mushroom soup and smoked salmon — all complemented by a great selection of wine. The pre-dinner bread is very delicious. Desserts such as the traditional cheesecake, chocolate cake and tiramisu are also popular.