The tuna entree was among the best dinner I've had at any restaurant, and it's worth coming for this alone. The presentation of everything is also quite impressive. Other than this, though, La Varangue did not quite live up to our expectations. Our other dishes were good. The chocolate explosion dessert makes for an impressive show, but a somewhat less satisfying gustatory experience.
It is relatively small, elegant, and antique-filled. The staff is very attentive and somewhat brusque. Though the menu is in French, our waiter patiently went through it quickly in confident English. Patrons were predominantly, if not exclusively, westerners. Reservations seem to be quite necessary.
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