Tables are scattered among three small rooms and an enclosed patio of a charming old house at this country French restaurant. It's BYOB, and there's an $10 corkage fee, but all's forgiven when you taste the delicate cuisine prepared in the tiny kitchen. The menu changes seasonally, but if you're lucky it will feature the utterly unforgettable Moroccan-inspired lamb shank with harissa-spiced ragout, the pork tenderloin with a sauce made from Arizona-grown dates, or the
citrus fettuccine. The banana brûlée tarte is their signature dessert, but seasonal offerings like the four-berry tarte remind mouths why they put the mind through all the guilt.