Lovely staff and delicious food. Just be prepared to stay awhile here. The service is VERY slow and it feels like they may have more customers than their staff and kitchen can handle. It's still a lovely place that I would recommend, just don't come here if you are looking for a normal paced meal.
One of the very prettiest places for an April lunch in Jupiter. Prices reflect the marina setting and skew high. Lunch menu is somewhat limited, focused on sandwiches and salads, with a couple of soups, quiches, crepes, and hot plates. French fries are superlative. Note to wait staff: When asked for a glass of wine and you bring the most expensive, don’t expect to be thanked. (Our mistake; should have taken the time to read the wine list and specify.)
We had a dining excellent experience here. We came early to enjoy the sun set and recap the day. My wife wanted a light meal so she combined the French onion soup with their hand crafted Caesar salad. I chose the steamed mussels dinner. We enjoyed our dishes. They are prompt to refill your glass and take away dishes but they gave us all the time we wanted to enjoy a second cup of coffee and enjoy the evening.
LIKE Quaint and quiet. Traditional French bistro cuisine. Cute and cozy inside. DISLIKE Very expensive. (minus 1 star) Even though most outdoor tables offer a view of boats and water, the marina surrounded by newly constructed building condos lacks charm and character. (minus 1 star)
I have always wanted to try this place. We arrived a few minutes before 5, wait staff mulling around. Asked for a table and was told at 4:55 that they weren't open yet. Walked around for 5 minutes came back and by the same person was asked if I had a reservation... really? Just made the experience not so nice. Food was mediocre... staff the same. Should've waited for a seat at drive bar.