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Menu items etched into the frosted-glass windows and plastered walls the color of the dawn in Provence bring a Gallic mood to Yonge Street. The food is good, but this place could run on the charm of owner George Gurnon alone. Expect pure bistro fare here, like mussels and foie gras terrine to start, traditional steak frites, and butter roasted lobster. The wine list is short and simple, with something for every palate. End the perfect meal with a crème brûlée or profiteroles.
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