Dined here tonight and it was ok, nothing special but not horrible.
I'd been there when it was Paul's and this didn't seem much different. The space is small but they have the tables spaced out well enough that it didn't feel cramped.
They have a $2 salad/soup with entree deal, the soup tonight was a cream of corn which my husband had and I had the salad which was simple greens a bit of chopped tomato with a vinegrette.
I had the special which was a salmon trout stuffed with crab and shrimp with a ginger burre blanc sauce. My husband had the roasted duck breast with butternut squash puree, mushroom ravioli and a truffle cabernet sauce.
We split a lemon napoleon which was a dessert special. With a bottle of water and a coke, the total bill was $61 (not incl tip).
At 35, I was the youngest person there by about 20 years. It had a very similar feel to Cafe Bizou, sort of stayed and not hip, mostly for an older group.