This better-than-average neighborhood bistro is a worthwhile stop on Ossington. With its welcoming yet slightly edgy room, streamlined service, and a menu full of comforting French classics, it's a busy local favorite that's full every night. There are oysters on the half shell with a playful Granny Smith mignonette; steak frites; and ricotta ravioli with kale, roasted tomato sauce, and olives. Chef-owner Corinna Mozo's cubano sandwich is simplicity at its best with cider-cured pork, ham, Gruyère, and grainy mustard. Hot-from-the-oven sugar-rolled mini donuts are melt-in-your-mouth good and guarantee you'll come back for more.