This is a fantastic restaurant located on Palestine street. Finding it could be a little tricky as the signage says "the french restaurant" rather than la cuisine. The interiors are quite posh with white and purple curtains and wood paneled walls.
For starters we ordered the lobster bisque and cassolette de la mer. The soup was absolutely perfect, with the right creaminess and served at the right temperature. The cassolette was delicious, setting up the stage for the main course.
I was under the impression that the 3 sauces fillet would come on the side, rather all 3 came over the fillet itself. Luckily, all the sauces were delicious complementing a perfect tenderloin.
With a meal this good, we had to go for desserts, the waiter highly recommended the chocolate souffles and I have to admit, it probably is the best souffles we have had!
What i liked:
*the souffles was genius!
What i disliked:
*prices are quite high
*the souffles takes 30 minutes to prepare
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