On a bluff overlooking Lake Michigan, this bistro is renowned for its French–style Sunday brunch. The daily menu includes roast duck and seasonal seafood dishes with rich and buttery sauces. The formal dining room is festooned with French impressionist paintings and curtains.
Mar 5, 2006
I made a dinner reservation, received a reminder call confirming my reservation and then had to call them back to re-confirm? What is the deal? Also, after ordering my $8.00 glass of Chardonnay, I received my glass that was 1/4 to 1/3 full. When I asked about this, they said we only provide 1/5 glass...huh? The cheese platter had 1 strawberry sliced and 1/4 of a pear along with 4 1"x1" pieces of french cheese. While the food was excellent, it appears
that being stingy is the order of the day. Sorry but this is how my out of town guest felt as well.
Mar 14, 2004
Not sure about this place. I read about it in a wine publication and they raved about the atmosphere and view. We arrived at 8:00 pm and ther is nothing to see but the dark of night. Not to mention it has to be one of the loudest restaurants I've ever experienced. Its cramped and crowded and the tag team service was annoyingly inadequate and unsynchronized. I'll skip it on my next visit to Milwaukee