This restaurant opened in 2013 and they appear to have done massive decorating to give an old and ornate feel. It is medium sized but they have a terrace out back that is available at lunch. They received their Michelin star this year and are definitely trying to fit into that mold, serving several amuse bouche, presenting some beautiful treats to finish your meal and having purse stools. The owner greets you at the door and it is a pleasant and beautiful place to enter but the service still has some kinks to work out. It has an extensive Burgundy wine list, which is one of its claim-to-fame. The first set of amuse were nice but not the spectacular bites you want to set the tone of your upcoming meal. The last amuse was a fish I never could get the name of but it was sparked by some nice Espelette pepper that gave it a better spark but overall it was still just okay. The foie gras terrine was a delicious treat, smooth and creamy and nicely contrasted with the quince. For the main course, the veal was tough, the truffles tasteless (put on in the kitchen rather than shaved at the table) and the gnocchi a tad doughy but the mushrooms were quite tasty. The sauce added a nice strong taste and the dish needed that. None of the desserts sounded that good so we ended with the complimentary ones and they were nice but not memorable. In summary, if you’re a Burgundy lover you might want to try this place but you won’t find Frankie there again.