A somewhat misleading title in that it was a first visit under this name as opposed to Bistro K, Chez Gilles or Chez Helene. As stated here previously, portions are small and prices are up there. Still, despite some well meaning if so-so service, the experience was a positive one and the flavors were right. Paid about $120 plus tip to split an appetizer, individual entrees, split dessert, coffee, tea and 2 glasses of wine. The asparagus with little Parmesan discs and some quail (?) eggs was excellent altho at $15 for 3 large spears pushing the envelope a bit. All entrees are about $30. A fish stew with aioli was excellent. A roquefort infused (stuffed--not exactly) tenderloin seemed larger than it looked. Good taste for sure. A delicious well named "chocolate silk" was just the ticket for dessert. Syrah by the glass was generously poured. Tea service was a bit elaborate with loose tea and a strainer/press arrangement accompanied by three different forms of sugar. Coffee was from Peets which has a store across the street. The amuse was a brief something that was tastefully flavored with truffle. Chef Ford made a humble appearance and seemed interested in feedback. Overall, there's an earnestness to the enterprise that's refreshing if only prices could be reigned in slightly.