This is one restaurant you either love or hate it, for this basic reason there is no leftover to doggy bag the food and you may have to find a late snack if you are a big eater. As most of the restaurant clientele are Americans, this place should restyle their food proportion. If you are looking for a big value meal, please visit Andree Bouchée. For us we love Aubergines. The service was excellent. The food, presentation, proportion and quality was great. We chose the degustation menu ($125) and brought our own Bergstrom wine and paid the $30 corkage charge. The only feedback I would give is that the owners or chef should kept its roots either totally French or totally American French versus presenting French-Japanese ingredients, to bring the costs down. The 4 guests sitting besides us must had a rude shock when their bill came, was not sure whether he heard the wait staff informing him the special for the night, top grade marbled japanese beef at $35 per oz... Can you imagine 4oz (113g) Japanese beef costing us$140, to most Americans this would be outrageous and the portion tiny for a person but this is the cost of importing top grade Japanese beef. That's why this restaurant has several unhappy campers.
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