I came here for the 1st time , in part to try the food of a French michelin chef who was in town for the week. I expected a set meal and was surprised to see the restaurant in the middle of a buffet. After a few confusing minutes, they explained that the michelin menu is available in a la carte
While looking at the menu, the French and local chefs actually came by to say hello which was a nice touch. after chatting, we agreed to try 2 starters that was to be shared with my friend, followed by our mains. the 2 starters - foie gras and eggplant, were ok but not outstanding . Then surprisingly , 2 more starters came! I didn't bother to kick up a fuss, and this prawn starter was also just slightly above average
My main of fish with risotto was again pedestrian. my friend's chicken with truffle was slightly undercooked , which I thought was a no no
We decided to skip dessert since we had 2 starters each and also we weren't that excited about the food quality
The other nice touch was that the staff kept filling our wine glasses at no extra charge
Ended with petit fours and even then, they weren't totally impressive
Perhaps the regular menu here may be better ..,
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