The Asian touch makes this place that much more authentically like a restaurant in Paris, where many a menu brings in elements of Thai or Japanese cuisine. The prix fixe menu is a bargain, with variety and creativity inviting exploration. The cold appetizer assortment included an excellent octopus salad (I would like them to leave out the surimi next time) and two vegetable offerings. Next came two hot appetizers, including a chicken skewer with amazing teriyaki sauce.
Our main courses were the Japanese pork (belly) and the black truffle hangar steak, both excellent. We were too stuffed to finish the steak, so it was good that this was not in Paris and we could take the leftovers home.
The desserts all featured bright fruit accents.
The place is still quite new and so timings are a bit off. We had to wait a while although we had a reservation. Nevertheless, the staff was attentive and even brought us an extra bit of appetizer, and I was glad both to see this place so busy in the off season and that people were dining in truly French style and lingering over their meals.
They might do better to replace a couple of the four-person tables with tables for two, to give them more flexibility in seating for their small space.
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