I dined here on a Wednesday night. The entrance to the restaurant is in the corner of a hotel lobby. I thought it was kind of odd.
Whereas most of the people had the tasting menu, I ordered à la carte.
My first course was a combo of langoustine and foie gras. I think they really forced to items together that didn’t pair well. The langoustines were served on a hot stone. She was poured over the langoustines and the mess was flamed. I didn’t care for this, as the langoustines still tasted from the sake.
My second course was a Moroccan-seasoned pigeon which was a good as it gets.
My third course was roasted turbot which came with two sauces, an oyster-béarnaise and a lobster béarnaise sauce. I preferred the lobster sauce.
The service, plates, utensils, and linens were all excellent. If I enjoyed my starter, I would have rated the restaurant higher.
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