We are home owners in the Vail area and have dined at most of the restaurants here as well as many Michelin restaurants around the world. This was our first experience at the Left Bank. Immediately upon arrival at 6:30 pm we were abruptly told there was another seating at our table at 8:30 pm and we needed to be finished. Not a great start an experience at a fine french restaurant. We were seated next to a musician playing a guitar. He was a superb player buy played so loudly we could not hear each others conversation. One member of our party is a vegetarian and the reservation through open table included a notation that we needed a vegetarian meal. We were told they could make anything and they recommended the risotto which we ordered. The waitress returned saying they could not make the risotto. We ordered the special vegetarian plate. It was smaller than most salads at a French Restaurant.
The rest of the entrees were acceptable, but nothing special. The dining room is beautiful. Too bad the service and the food does not match the room.
The waitress was not attentive. She would ask how was our meal was and would turn and leave before we could respond. Reminded me of a Flight Attendant would would not make eye contact for fear she would be asked for something.
We ordered the souffle's for desert. Almost all egg whites with very little substance. The chocolate souffle contained so little chocolate you could not even taste it. If you have enjoyed a souffle at the Four Seasons do not order one of these. You will be very disappointed. The Grand Marnier souffle was equally disappointing.
I do not recommend this restaurant. There are many better choices in the Vail area.
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