This chic bistro brightens its corner of Magazine Street and attracts a devoted clientele of upscale regulars. Chef John Harris aims to please with his unpretentious, beautifully executed French dishes. The young chef has a growing national reputation for excellent food and service. Simple but elegant meals-steak frites, steamed mussels, or roast chicken in a garlicky sauce-are served on small tables and in the shady booths. Lilette is almost always busy and noisy. Lunch tends to draw in tourists, while dinner attracts a more chic and local crowd.