I had heard a lot about Faux Bourgeouis, and yes, there's a bit of hype. Do reserve your table, as it was busy the whole night and I don't think I saw a table empty for more than the time it took to clear and clean it off. We talked for 10 minutes after the bill came and went, as we digested, but the waitress came by to let us know our table was reserved for another group, and we quickly left. We weren't surprised, and certainly not offended. The ambiance was decent, and unpretentious, from the non-table-clothed tables to simple bar and walls. Our food was very good. We did wait a while for our entrees, but we could tell the kitchen was going to be busy. Our appetizers however, arrived promptly and I enjoyed my french onion soup while my friend had a salad. The soup was very very generously topped with cheese, and much better than the french onion soup offered at Mistral's, as this one was based on a delicious complex brown stock, and changed my mind on french onion soup. Throughout the meal the waitresses came by several times to fill our water, and we kept ourselves entertained until our mains arrived. When it did, I was not dissapointed. The canard confit arrived and was decent, although I would've preferred mine a little crispier (Here's where Mistral's would take the blue ribbon), but the dish itself was not bad. It came on a bed of frisee, along with green beans and perfectly crispy roasted potatoe halves, with a vinaigrette sauce. My friend had a sausage and mash which wasn't presented as well as the confit, but the slightly spicy sausage was quite good (couldn't taste the cinnamon, but could find the trace of nutmeg in it), and reminescent of a fancier lean pepperoni. We finished by sharing a creme brulee, which was a just a little too sweet for my taste, but still smooth and enjoyable. Total: $63.