This is a very popular, dimly lit restaurant in the upscale French concession-area. It's surrounded by lots of busy restaurants, shops and night clubs.
The head chef is Catalan and cooks in an open kitchen using moderinist techniques. He is friendly and takes pride in his work. Rest of staff is great too.
We made a same-day reservation for a table at 9:30PM on Weekend night. Restaurant was full with some open seats at the open-kitchen bar. Our table also gave us a great view of the kitchen.
Food is excellent, but expensive. We had a light dinner and bottle of wine. Wound up spending $130 per person all-in.
Pumpkin Soup: $15: Very good. Creamy. The mushroom soup also looked amazing.
Snow Peas with ginger: $10: Outstanding! Good-sized portion.
Sea Bass: $50: Very Good; generous portion.
Australian Wagyu Beef Grade 5 150g Tenderloin with choice of 3 sauces: $65 Excellent (this was the least expensive steak option).
We wound up spending $130/per person, including 10% service charge & a 4% somewhat hidden credit card currency conversion charge for US-based cards. They said they can't process US cards in CNY. I would have rather paid cash had I know about this.
This was our most expensive meal in china. Overall, an excellent experience.
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