Because it was a nice party of ten, we got to sample lots of the menu. Above was my favorite: lamb sausage pizza with brocollini and asiago cheese. The crust was thin and crackery but with a bit of chew and the toppings were balanced. And it WAS pizza after all, so how bad could it be?
Frites were good if you like super crunchy with not much potato feeling. Addictive, like all fries are, but did not inspire a binge.
Lamb shank I did not try (I know it looks really weird, it's the flash which I had to use because they had the very dark and sexy vibe going). Husband and I were going to order it but they lost us on the spices. It wasn't bad, just not memorable.
Duck cassoulet. Beans were undercooked, the rest tasted fine. Not $24 fine, but there you go.
Overall...we won't be back. The decor is beautiful and we were in a comfy private-ish room in the back so we could hear ourselves think, but the food was kinda bland. If I'm going to pay a lot for a meal, I want the flavors to sing. This meal was mute. And if we were in the main dining area, we would have been deaf as well. Super loud, which I hate, because I'm old now.