Followed my fellow hounds to this place, though it turns out I brunched there once before.
Dinner was as follows:
Salad with roasted goat cheese - the cheese was great with the toast, but the dressing was so understated as to detract from the salad. Not so for the tomato salad in a wonderful dressing.
Entrees were lamb stew, very spicy in a brown sauce which was tres francais. Veal in white sauce - blanquette, very tender but a bit heavy on the nutmeg.
Dessert: perfiderole - great
Wine 1/2 bottle of St. Veran - a bit sweet for a White Burgundy. This wine list is definitely up to Philippe's selections at Chapeau! - Though the food was comparable. $85 inclusive.