Thursday, February 26, 2015
The financiers may have had anchovy in them; definitely a hit of something salty. The little flatbreads were onion and bacon, I think, which would be a nod to the mothership l'Auberge in Alsace, which is one of the longest-running three-star restaurants in the world.
Quintessence, although I see that was totally different.
Just like the whole experience of dining here (minus the strawberry part). The service is great, and from the moment you step in, it's like you're in a dream.