I honestly had not eaten this good as far as French cuisine goes since 2010 when I ate at Le Gabriel restaurant in Bordeaux.
Parking, I recommend the valet, only $13.00.
Wine for the night: 2007 Domaine Mongeard-MugnereNuits-St-Georges 1er Cru Les Boudots.
Food: 5 course tasting menu is what I had, but they also have a 3 and 4 course menu.
Professional staff, clean cut, attentive, and helpful.
Red beet borscht, consisting of Kobe beef cheek salad with smoked salmon.
symphony of five items consisting of a toasted duck and mozzarella “slider”, a piquillo gazpacho, chilled asparagus tips with pancetta, French potato salad, and a Faux gras mousse.
Rye crusted Scottish Salmon, served over pickled mustard seed, topped with a caraway jus, and served with sliced radish and cabbage three ways.
Kobe beef cheeks entrée topped with mustard and baked cornichons lying on a bed of smoked veal jus. To the side in a small dish came the sweetbread fricassee mixed with truffles and spinach
Dessert: A cheese platter and the Fleurburger dessert, which was a slider of spiced dark chocolate Ganache, served with a Beignet Banana milk shake, and frozen fennel ice cream Pommes Frites.
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Thank you Chef Hubert Keler for a wonderful evening.