Our wealthy son took us to this establishment to enjoy a special culinary treat. To call it dining would be to demean it: it was more like visiting a culinary artist in his atelier and sampling what he is currently working on. I remember ten courses, each item unique and interesting. The conceit of serving the last dessert course to resemble the first appetizer course was a coup de théâtre! Those who served us were not so much waitstaff as culinary curators.
I could dine like this but once or twice in my lifetime, but the experience was memorable.
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