This place is hidden from the bustling downtown noise and very few pedestrians. My friend found Le Grain de Sel restaurant through Tripadvisor. It's worth the star rating! First, make reservations. The place is small and space is limited. We were a party of 12 people and ate at the 9pm seating. The waiter was friendly and described the menu to us. From the free bread opening and throughout the course, the presentation was well done and the meal was delicious. I learned that the chef design his menu by first visiting the market to find its ingredient. Hence, the menu changes. As any French dinner, the portion is small and pricey. I ordered 2 appetizers (making the equivalent size of an entree), so I got to taste different things. Overall, our dinner was enjoyable.
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