As part of a private F&B group I enjoyed a lovely diner especially assembled by Patrick Gruest the owner, but marred by a dated fussiness in his humorless food presentations/wine commentary intros that all-too easily reminded me of haughty Parisian disdain suffered when attempting a good dinner in the French capital.
That said it didn't distract one bit from appreciating the lovely tastes & value delivered foodwise considering the evident good kitchen work with no Chef de Cuisine being in charge .. a most original enterprise that certainly deserves ones appreciation of the line cook's high achievements..
In all, a qualified success.
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