Five of us friends enjoyed a pleasant dinner here on recent weekend. Two of us had visited the sister La Voile on Newbury Street, which has a somewhat more romantic atmosphere, but I think the food and service was better at this branch. We were given a discreet round table in a corner which made for good conversation.The food was uniformly delicious, though the portion were smallish I found the snapper, foie gras, and beet salad very well executed. Good wine list. We ate and talked for 2 hours without feeling rushed, though the place was full and lively. We did learn the kitchen closes at 9 pm, so be aware if you are a late bird.