Fusion cuisine here means French cooking combined with Asian ingredients and flavours. Although I would've perhaps liked it to be a little more adventurous, excellent quality of ingredients and preparation made for a great lunch. While I expected a bit more bite from my wagyu beef, mango and papaya appetizer, the fish main course infused with citrus and ginger was melt-in-your-mouth tender and simply impeccable. Desserts were wonderful and easily provided the high point of the meal. Soft pastry (financier) with chestnuts and black olives, white chocolate and wasabi ice cream (!), this is where the unusual combinations of flavours really shine. All that washed down with a nice pouilly-fumé or Alsatian riesling adds up on the bill but provides pleasure of a fine, fun and balanced meal.
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