**** (4 stars)
This cafe is operating far above the level of most airport restaurants. The menu is indeed a french bistro menu with a few American concessions.
Salmon tartine was en excellent appetizer, with a nice stack of smoked salmon, cucumber and pickled onions on cream cheese coated toast.
Croque Monsieur was the traditional grilled ham and cheese sandwich, and the ham itself had been nicely seared.
The Provence Salad was a nice combination of mixed greens, olives, feta, and onions. I had it topped with salmon, which was perfectly cooked and wonderfully flavorful.
There is an interesting selection of beers, and of course wines.
Service was friendly and attentive.
Pour La France!
8900 Peña BlvdDenver International Airport, Terminal B