A wonderful experience on the tasting menu. The first course was a cop out bread and butter. The bread was a sourdough but nonetheless.... then came heritage tomatoes that were a masterclass of freshness and under statement. The jus was so delicate and hinted basil and coriander with goats cheese and flowers. Cod cheeks and mussels in a wonderful wine and butter sauce followed then quail with morel cooked to perfection. In the fullness of time the tegget chop arrived which was great but small served with dauphinois potato perfectly seasoned.
The chocolate ice cream served with salted Jerusalem
Artichoke foam was stunning. This was a bold juxtaposition that floored me. This dish alone almost overcame the long wait and tiny portions, almost but not quite. Finally yuzu and ganache petit fours with great espresso completed a memorable meal. Service was great and friendly. I heartily recommend this restaurant.
All in all this was a memorable experience that I want to give 5 stars but I feel the waiting was slightly too long between courses and the portions too twee and small.
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