Good overall experience. 1 out of 2 entree a hit, the 2nd one was a miss. Service was excellent. Setting was Superb. We sat beside a frequent diner to the restaurant. I have recommended this restaurant to few friends who I think would enjoy this experience and would be willing to pay for the price. This was better Michelin experience than my Le Louis XV-Alain Ducasse experience in Monte-Carlo.
I emphasis it's the Michelin Experience, not necessary the food, to come here for. Food I had give it B+, but not A. What I come to understand Michelin restaurant serve, in my opinion, is the service and the fancy setting (except for the 1& Michelin I had tried in Hong Kong)
For grading A food serving, look for few restaurants recommended in Andrew Bourdain Paris series. One cafe he recommended there offers amazing food!!!
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