The restaurant is very small, and the menu is fairly limited...mostly salads, quiches and crepes (all of which I've tried and found to be pretty good). Portions are a little on small side, and service can be slow. I'd rate it "good" but not "great".
I have to praise L'Eden. I really love this place. The salads are huge and they have a great selection. The homemade balsamic dressing is fresh and creamy--virtually unrecognizable from processed restaurant fare. The sandwiches are great, as well.