Ambiance and the price were great as was the unusual turkish influenced menu.
The food was only good though despite the turkish flair (like the golden crispy mussels and hummus and the Mediterranean fish).
This should be required dining for anyone who still enjoys the value of a truly classic French
meal. All of your senses will be indulged.
Charles Mason's picture should be next to the word
restauranteur in Webster's Dictionary: he is one of the la
Tiny cubicle, but great whitings. The place is literally a vestibule in a walkdown small store. Still folks line the sidewalk just to get in. I have a friend who makes her husband drive her from Brooklyn, NY to Harlem just to eat this fish. Reasonabl