As you can guess from the name, the place has a little bit of a French style going on... but not really. The menu is a mixture of Italian panini, German muesli, and French croissants. I definitely recommend the panini. But the best thing about the cafe is the atmosphere. It's housed in an old textile shop, and they've kept the overflowing shelves with spools of thread, fabric, etc. It's a shop that is crammed full of all sorts of great gifty odds and ends (a fantastic place to look for birthday gifts!) and also a cafe where you can just hang out for hours on end.
We took Lucy - Melissa's black lab - with us, and all of the waitresses were so warm and loving, they couldn't resist kissing and petting Lucy. All in all, it was a very warm and welcoming place. I just wish it was down the street from my apartment! But it's worth venturing over here anyway, because the Westend is a great area of Munich, with small, winding streets, some cute cafes and shops, and old buildings. Also, the Theresienwiese is in this part of town, so you can do like we did, and spend the morning at the cafe, and then head over to the Theresienwiese for Tollwood (if you happen to be here during Advent, Tollwood is Munich's biggest Christmas Market Festival, on the Oktoberfest grounds).