Having seen their food score of 29 in the recent Zagat, I had to look them up. The menu reads like either a throwback to the 1970's: scallops baked with mornay sauce, or just suburban bistro: "bell & evans" chicken with mashed potatoes, or crispy polenta with grilled portobello mushroom. Is this one of those places with a deceptive menu, but when the food arrives you're blown away? Granted, Zagat is a better determiner of the dining public than a restaurant's actual quality. It says more about who fills out the survey in any particular year. But I really want this Duckworth's Bistrot to be the real deal, cause I'd like to drive in a different direction now and again.