This gem of downtown Hastings is filled with impeccably made French classics. From the garlic and butter escargot appetizer to the a Coq au vin served in a shiny copper pot–the dishes burst into layers of flavors, deserved to be eaten slowly, savored. The clientele's loyalty was tested when Chef Goulet sold the restaurant in 2005. Customers quickly demanded his return, and how glad they were when he did. His cassoulet and the foie gras alone have secured him a solid place among the best restaurants in Westchester. But beyond fantastic food, this charming French bistro has a great atmosphere–warm enough for a group celebration yet intimate enough for a romantic dinner. The venue has recently been expanded, so private parties can be held on its second floor.