If you aren't exactly sure how that will look, their menu items will offer such choices as Steak Tartare, Pate de Campagne, Veal Paillard, Salad Niçoise and Smoked Salmon. These will be accompanied with sides of Mushroom Ragout, Pommes Frites and of course, French cheeses. While the consensus seems to be that the chocolate soufflé with Grand Marnier will be among their top desserts, we're personally more excited to have another local spot to try another take on crème brûlée. Offering primarily French and Californian wines, the restaurant will feature an extensive wine selection alongside a smattering of international selections. Already a fan of Chef Bradley’s work, we can't wait to visit the bistro and see what new cuisine there is to be discovered.