We shared 4 dishes, all 4 delicious with a extra little twist that you don't get elsewhere. Most memorable the foie gras with whisky, lemon, cherry, and coffee(!) flavours; then the dungeness crab with grapefruit and vanilla. Wines OK, not super special (and that's OK with us).
It is quite pricey and you are unabashedly paying for the human contribution - the inventiveness of the recipes, the artistic touch in putting it together, and extremely good service.
Tables around us both had the chocolate "ritual" for desert - seeing it happen, it's clearly also an intriguing mix of flavours, but there is a lot of show about it and we had had our fill, and had unfussy tasty dessert at Le Moulin the Provence down the street. But we'll be back here soon for savory stuff!
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