Have been wanting to try this place for a long time and finally had the chance. We were able to walk in on a Saturday night around 6:30 and get a table for two with no reservation. By the time we left at 7:30 there were still tables available.
I had the soup of the day -- parsnip, which was very tasty and my husband had the beet salad. I had the petrale sole with fennel and eggplant puree and my husband had the lamb daube. Both were excellent. For dessert we shared the chocolate-hazelnut pot au creme and two cappuccinos. Bill with a bottle of Rully Pinot Noir was $113 before tip.
Service was fine but it wasn't like Cafe Bastille or Plouf where the staff is French so it didn't quite seem like the bistro experience you can get at other places in the city. But we would definitely go back and I'd want to have that lamb daube for myself!