checked out le quinze last night and was very impressed by the food. it is decorated to look like a french bistro, space was a little cramped but not really an issue since the restaurant was not that full. the staff is all french or at least fluent in french (perhaps french canadian). also i noticed that at least half the clientele were french.
i had the gazpacho with shrimp to start, which was v flavorful and branzini for the main, which was cooked to perfection. mom had the avocado/tuna (not quite sure what it was, but it was v light and delicious) and duck, which she said was nice and tender. fos was obviously not traditional french, but v v good nonetheless. check came out to $80 for 3 courses and 1 drink each; portions were a good size.
service was, well, french. slightly forgetful and inattentive, but that will not stop me from going back. just don't go if you're in a rush.