The northern part of Kobe near the mountain is a quite petty bourgeois area. There are many coffee shops and interesting small shops. This restaurant has a French name. It offers high-end French cuisine in the evening and afternoon tea to choose from. The open-air location is great, but it was a bit cold that day and I chose indoors. I'm the only one. It seems that the business is very average. The proprietress is Japanese, and the store manager and waiters who help her are all French. There are a lot of dessert choices. I ordered a galette with vanilla ice cream. The taste is quite normal, not as amazing as other desserts that I can eat in Japan. Italian style latte is not bad. The proprietress thought I was Aberdeen and showed off in Cantonese with me. The final bill was 1,050 yen including tax. I don’t think it’s worth it.