Three courses, choice in each. I had the quail and foie gras over baby lettuce, with pears. Entree choice was filet mignon with peppercorn sauce, mashed potatoes, and endive. Dessert was a warm chocolate cake with creme fraiche. The other options were a first course of lobster bisque, a second of seabass or venison, and a third of an apple/camembert tart.
Pescadou is serious French food, which doesn't mean stuffy or expensive or pretentious, but it does mean attention to detail and tradition. It also means reasonable portion sizes, unlike the U.S. tradition in celebratory meals of forcing an entire farm down your throat.
Everything was made... just... perfectly. The owner and staff are friends after years of going there. It's more like showing up to someone's house in a medium sized southern French town for dinner than it is like a restaurant. It's nothing like any other restaurant around here, that's for sure.
The three course prix fixe was $52. With tax and tip and two glasses of wine for mom and some fizzy water for me, $80/person. That's about as expensive as a meal can get there. The usual dinner prix fixe is $25.
Please don't change, Pescadou.