This neighborhood bistro is a wonderful find. The owner is so friendly he would spend time talking to you and how you his grand children's pictures.
From our conversation, we found out his father was a great chef who just passed away 2 years ago, and his son who works at Jasmine now is a patissier who makes all the desserts in the Bistro.
The food we ordered was great. The sweet cold cherry soup got me by surprise but it was delicious. Though I consider it more of a dessert than "soup". Salmon steak was nice too. Very flavorful.
Hubby ordered grilled prawns in wasabi sauce. I thought it was ok but hubby loved it very much. As for the lamb chop, I don't eat lamb so I won't comment on that.
In summary, the food was great, and the service was very personal. Bread was served hot although we walked in the restaurant at 9:30pm when they already have all the lights dimmed and was about to close.
We enjoyed a very good dinner there. But one thing was the price. The entree we ordered were something from the daily special so we had no idea they were more pricy ($25-$27) so if you are not ready to surprise yourself, try ordering from the menu.