The dark upholstery, mustard-colored walls, and menu in French (as well as Hebrew and English) are all meant to recall Paris, and the wide selection of excellently prepared food is a credit to French cuisine. It's open around the clock, and always seems to have a crowd. Brunch is popular, with dishes like eggs Creole and eggs Norwegian style (poached with salmon and spinach), as well as pancakes and club sandwiches. For lunch or dinner, try the ravioli with crab, steak tartare, or the salade Nicoise.
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