First, you pay $115 for a set menu of five courses. Your only choice is vegetarian or not. You start with a salad; it was awful -- kind of like going out to your garden and collecting the weeds.The main course was amazing. Delicious scallops with truffles or celeriac with truffles (veg). The rest of the courses were not good. The next two courses were ice cream [sic]. In the middle of winter!!! We couldn't even eat the third course as it was so bad. The sheep's milk with sorrel ice cream (veg) was bad, but the other menu's was much worse -- so much so that we've blocked it out of our minds. Bread was good. Service was great. Drinks were good. Wine good, but did not live up to the hype. Dessert okay, but the chocolate was so bitter you couldn't eat it without the ice cream. To be fair, everything looked really pretty.
This restaurant is trying to follow gastronomic fads of the past few years -- new nordic, molecular, etc.., But, the chef doesn't have the skill to make them taste good as well as looking good. It is quite sad.
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