Definitely not a cheap restaurant but the quality and quantity and service justify the price. The Spanish ham appetizer is served with pig skin cracklings and a homemade Italian bread cracker, and is absolutely fantastic. The aged beef tendons are served with a crispy Taiwanese breakfast wrap and are succulent and delightfully chewy. The soups are clean and hot and flavorful. The set-meal has two main course options, a seafood platter and a meat platter, and both were perfectly cooked and very satisfying. It's French grill-inspired cuisine with a hint of Taiwanese and worth a try if it fits your budget.
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