Metis is a beautiful restaurant that oozes style and class. It combines both the classic with the modern French influence that it has come to be known for. Although I did not have Foie Gras this time I did indulge in the soufflé, excellent.
Deb has decided to go the two entrée track with the Trio of Tartare, (tuna, salmon and crab) to follow she has the stuffed zucchini flowers. Both dishes are sizeable entrée’s. I start with the Lobster Ravioli, followed by the slow cooked Beef Cheek. The mains are accompanied by a pumpkin mash, spinach puree and potato au gratin. To drink we have a couple of bottles of sparkling Perrier and a bottle of Sicilian wine that is a blend of Chardonnay and Viongier. We are quite full but what the hell, I haven’t had a soufflé for a while so I indulge in the Grand Marnier Souffle, the 25 minute wait is worth it, it is like eating a delicious cloud. The Metis experience is excellent, even though the restaurant is full and the staff are under pressure. It is a restaurant you can come back to and recommend with confidence. Our bill comes to 1,900,000 Rp ($AUD 190). Back home in Melbourne, we would have paid double in an equivalent restaurant.
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