I will always love an open kitchen concept since it's just fascinating to watch the chefs working on the dishes but thought the decor of the the space here is a bit dated.
They have a 5 and 6 course prix fixe menu for $78 or $105pp as well as a $159pp 12 course Seasonal Discovery Menu but a la carte is also available. With dishes of $25 and up, the prix fixe is really the best choice. We decided on the 5 course option which include an amuse bouche, 2 Entrées, 1 main and 1 desserts.
~ Foie Gras parfait with a port wine and Parmesan foam
~ Endives méli mélo with foie gras shavings and blue cheese
~ Snapper carpacho served in lemon vinaigrette with poppy seeds and espelette pepper
L'Oeuf de Poule
~ Soft boiled egg with spinach veloute
Le Foie Gras
~ Kabocha pumpkin gnocchi, seared foie gras and chestnuts confites (suppl. $10)
Le Cochon de Lait
~ Suckling pig confit, sautéed cabbage with ginger and chanterelle (suppl. $10)
~ Roasted duck fillet with pears marinated in a Grenache blend with light spices
Super smooth buttery goodness, no wonder why it's their Signature dish
~ Traditional tarts
~ Pineapple sorbet with cheesecake cream and jasmine gelée
Maybe next time we'll splurge on the $425pp Sixteen Course tasting menu at Joel Robuchon next door.
I wouldn't say it's super memorable but it was definitely worth every dollar.
At $78pp, it was rather affordable for the food and service that you get.
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