...is French cuisine, and the meal we had here was superb, serious food, food that makes you sit up and pay attention. We choose the meal of the day, of course--fois gras, monkfish--and each course was beautiful to look at and sensuous, the textures and combinations of flavors stimulating all our taste buds. For example, our entrée--fois gras with a thin layer of salty eel and a caramelized sugar crust--was variously sweet and smooth, salty and smooth, crunchy and sweet, and coarse and salty. My liver is not up to eating like this every day, but it is worth finding time when the occasion rises. I think Americans might be intimidated by the setting, which is formal--starched white linen and china--as befits food for the gods, but our server was relaxed and charming.
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