We went for brunch in the quaint little shopping village that Bleu is nestled within. The restaurant is friendly, semi-urban, with the great bonus of live jazz (which may be a bit loud for those with little ones, but was very welcome for us). The food is gourmet, original fare with fresh ideas on classic dishes.
I am so disappointed -- we only got to have lunch here because we were passing through! My husband and I have been to France many times these past 20 odd years and this was some of the best French dining we have experienced. The chef took an old classic "croque monsieur" and made something really amazing. I expected a quick lunchtime sandwich as it is in France. Oh my gosh it was a tasty something special. My husband had a tomato tart and he said it was the best he's ever had. The dining room was a great place to be on a misty October afternoon. I really wanted to hang out and still be there for dinner but alas we had places to be. If you have the chance -- go!