If you're looking for a traditional old-country menu, you won't find it at Petite Maison. What you will find is an inventive take on French cuisine, with dishes such as mussels with coconut curry, kaffir lime, and sweet potato frites, and a rabbit tagine with preserved lemons and edamame. The restaurant's "happiest hours" feature small plates and half-priced drinks from 3-6pm, Tuesdays through Sundays. Brunch is served on Sundays only. The brunch menu features banana French toast with hibiscus agave and honey butter and a duck poutine with braised leeks, gravy and a fried egg. The three-course champagne brunch includes one hors d'oeuvre, entree, dessert, and bottomless mimosas or champagne. The décor is modern white tablecloth- understated, and doesn't compete with the food.