Well, I cannot give a full review of Chez Henry because the restaurant is not open for lunch, and that's the only time I could go there.
BUT the little cafe next door (Cafe Henry) is open, so I bought a sandwich with prosciutto, mozz, arugula and red peppers there. The sandwich would have been mediocre even when it was freshly made, because there was not enough seasoning. The peppers or bread needed something more, like maybe vinaigrette. But the real problem was that the sandwich seemed to have been made the day before -- really not fresh at all.
So, that's my tiny tidbit of information about Chez Henry. The dinner menu looks pretty expensive and, if I can wildly extrapolate from my sandwich, the food is probably not worth the money. If you are going to spend that much for dinner, you'd be better off at Henry's End or other places!