It was mid-week, and summer, meaning some people were sitting outside, so it was not too crowded or noisy (it can be very noisy if the room is full). We had a lovely meal. We started with the mushroom truffle fondue, which is not really a fondue, but melted fondue cheeses coated in panko bread crumbs and then fried, so it's a crispy piece of melted cheese with a delicious truffle flavor, served with a fig compote, which adds a nice sweet note to the savory cheese and truffle. The coconut milk tomato bisque was nice and spicy, and the lobster bisque lovely and sweet. For a main we shared the seared duck breast, which came with sauteed baby bok choi and rice. The r ice was formed into a patty and then crisp fried on the outside, which made it much more interesting than plain old steamed rice. On a previous visit we had two small plates, one duck leg confit and one beef tenderloin. Both were excellent, and the beef, which we requested rare, was properly so. To cap off the meal, they always have a bread pudding of the day, which is a huge serving. Last time it was coconut chocolate bread pudding, most of which I took home. Delicious, but I didn't get last nighrs dark chocolate and fig, because I'm still working on the coconut chocolate one!
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