I haven't been in a couple years, but the food was excellent.
The night I was there, though, the scene was somewhat geriatric (which I'm totally cool with) but it's certainly quiet and I believe they were piping in classical from the speaker above. A nice reprieve from the typical bustling, blaring LA environment.
Everything on the menu is delicious. I love his specials, salad appetizers, foie gras, seafood dishes, carpaccios, lamb...desserts are concocted by the Jean Francois himself - he can get pretty creative, like a poached pear tiramisu duet.
But, seeing that you replied in a post recommending LaCachette for a party because you were there...I imagine you can attest to the romanticism and food.