From the floral setting and farmhouse décor to the menu, everything about this bijou is quintessentially French. Inside, it’s pale yellow walls, carpeted floors, and decorative roosters, and the kitchen proves that the classics never go out of style. Pistachio-crusted, seared foie gras atop mango purée is an absolute delight, but served alongside toasted brioche slices dotted with candied orange peel and raisins—it’s positively decadent. Dover sole in a vanilla brown butter is enhanced with a dreamy ratatouille that gives your grand-mère’s a run for the money. Like any good French restaurant worth its sel, dessert is all about the soufflé.Thoughtful touches abound, from cheese straws to chocolate truffle mignardises.