A multicultural Parisian bistro brought to us by a wife-and-husband team born and raised in France—and they do brunch? Cue the stampede of local Francophiles. Favorites like the Croques Madam and Omelette are ready to be devoured, and things from there only get more exciting.Go for the Yassa Chicken Sandwich, Duck Eggs Benedict with caraway hollandaise, Sauvage Crispy Chicken Sandwich, and Nutella Crepes. We absolutely recommend starting with selections from the Viennoiseries & Cakes with croissants galor. and if some Truffle Fries happen to make it to your table, so be it.
A multicultural Parisian bistro brought to us by a husband-and-wife team born and raised in France? Cue the stampede of local Francophiles. Antoine and Anaïs Lambert cut their teeth at local spots like Petit Robert, Frenchie, and Colette Wine Bistro before opening their first restaurant last year in the former Hsin Hsin Cafe space. Classics like quiche and steak frites are absolutely represented, but get truly excited for dishes that feature Vietnamese and North African influences: banh mi, roast chicken with fried plantains, and lemon sole with harissa and Tunisian couscous. The space is open for breakfast, brunch, and dinner and is oh-so-close to obtaining its liquor license.