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Located Uptown, cozy Lilette offers "modest French with Italian thrown in for good measure," Anderson says. Chef-owner John Harris, who worked at Susan Spicer's Bayona before heading to the two-star Le Pre Catelan in Paris, keeps it simple: The chalkboard of specials showcases classics such as boudin noir, while the menu has roasted Muscovy duck with cabbage, chorizo and black-olive sauce, all served in a apace decked out with a high tin ceiling and low leather booths.