We were seated in the outside corridor with bare wooden tables which was surprising for restaurant of this caliber. It was an 11 course set menu. The service and atmosphere is very quiet and understated.
The beets with mints had a great taste. Broccoli in olive oil was excellent with a tangy citrusy taste to it. In fact the citrusy flavor was felt in almost all the items of the dinner. The abalone seemed a little tough and difficult to cut and chew. Veal was excellent. The butter mild ginger sorbet was tough to swallow as I am not a fan of ginger and I just left it. The date cake was better without the spice/sesame. Finally the frozen chocolate. Someone else also mentioned it that they were surprised to find frozen chocolate at a place of this caliber.
The price does give you a sticker shock for the quality of food served and other restaurants of equal caliber. Over $450 for two and with no wine.
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