Eclectic and bohemian best describe this French bistro–inspired spot housed in an old bungalow. At a table in one of the intimate rooms tucked away at the back of the house, we enjoyed fresh oysters with an herbaceous tarragon mignonette as well as a bowl of savory crab fried rice tossed with XO sauce. The Texas Wagyu burger was juicy and satisfying, with a generous layer of melted American cheese and spicy Dijon mustard and a side of crispy duck fat fries. The duck fat theme carried over to an order of crispy fried Seoul Hot Chicken adorned with chile oil and kimchi powder. Cocktails, both classic and creative, are generous and well executed.