Tall ceilings held up by French panelling hold within them herringbone oak floors, hunting-green curtains and burnt orange and aubergine furnishings. Sounds British, but really, it's a brasserie. The largely French, largely sustainable menu features the likes of duck confit with truffled mash potatoes and seared Alaskan cod on risotto. We’d happily get full on the never-soggy truffle fries and duck rillette if no one told us to save room.
William said: “excellent lunch for restaurant week”
THe lunch menu was fantastic, and i have to admit that the 3 courses were more than enough for a lunch, especially with the complimentary bread & rillettes when arriving, and the mignardises together with the coffee. 105$ in total for two, because of the restaurant week is a great value for money, and the place is really wonderful, with a fantastic service !