Tasting menus are really the main option and are encouraged. They price dishes so the tasting is the most economical. We had the four course tasting menu (vs the 6 or 7 course). Everything was beautifully presented and very tasty! The fish was so fresh and prepared to perfection. It was my husband and myself with our 15 year old and we each ordered different dishes so we could taste many.
They first give you a menu with caviar, oysters and their house specialty, tuna Foix gras, which we ordered. This meltedin our mouths It was absolutely special and delicious! All three of us loved it. My husband is gluten free so he didn’t have the baguette part.
When it came time to order and we realized it was a tasting menu, they let us apply the tuna dish to one of our courses. They were completely accommodating in any way they could be. They altered dishes to be gluten and dairy free for my husband and they let my daughter turn one of the small plates into her main course option.
Our favorites were a tuna Foix gras, the conch, the snapper ceviche, and the octopus!
The lobster was good, but not really special for the upcharge and compared to the other dishes. The salmon was delicious too. We also liked the scallops and the wahoo. Although they did forget to mention that the wahoo sauce is not gluten and dairy free. So my husband couldn’t use the sauce, which really made the dish. Without the sauce it was just okay.
We were there for 3 hours and it was the most expensive meal that we have ever had. It it was a deliscious dining experience.
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