Although Bon Savor has been around for three years, I went for dinner here last night for the very first time. I had the Peruvian Seafood Pasta and my dining companion had the Port Chicken with grapes. We also shared a basket of bread (made in-house), a salad and, for dessert, strawberry crepes -- all very good. We had the most wonderful meal! Everything was prepared beautifully, the portions were large, the service efficient and friendly, the atmosphere very serene and pretty. I know Bon Savor does not get the attention that, say, Ten Tables in JP gets, but I want to put in a good word for this wonderful little restaurant. My friend and I already plan to go back. By the way, another friend, who lived in Paris for a few years, told me she had had breakfast at Bon Savor one morning and the croissants were some of the best she's had stateside.