Don’t let the Bohemian-chic atmosphere fool you, the chef here is more talented than you’d expect from this dimly lit piano bar at Vine and Sunset. A French Bistro is what we were expecting but fine dining with retro flare is what we got! My favorite dish was the seared frois gras on top of toasted brioche drizzled with blackberry sauce, and the roasted tomato soup floating with large pieces of sweet lump crab meat was outstanding. It wasn’t easy to decide between the chocolate soufflé with armagnac ice cream or the cinnamon and sugar coated beignets with brown sugar ice cream to finish our multi-course feast.
The gourmet menu was accompanied by an eclectic atmosphere that had a personality all of its own. For a better view of what’s behind these walls, feast on this http://www.cafewas.com/index.php
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