I remember how this shocked a lot of people at first, as it became a given that this restaurant would get stars. However, to my knowledge, it’s never gotten a star.
Personally, I think this restaurant deserves at least one star, if not two — and I always can’t help wondering how the chef feels about his exclusion from the Guide Michelin, whenever I eat here. Of course, many people may argue that stars are immaterial. However, stars do bring in more clients.
YOUTH IN A MEAL.
INSTEAD OF IN A BOTTLE.
This was the fish course. It was sautéed and then finished off in a grill, and the drizzled with balsamic and served with seaweed. Superb.
Today, the food was excellent, as usual, and the plating was lovely.
We went here to sample an innovative menu they’re offering, which they’re labelling as “anti-aging.” This menu is so in line with my summer of fitness and renewal.
The six-course meal is supposed to be good for the skin and for blood circulation, which — according to their literature — are two things you must address if you are concerned about anti-aging.
This was the amuse bouche of our anti-aging menu. I posted it on Instagram earlier, and someone made a joke about how it looks appropriate for someone who’s hungry.
EVERYTHING’S SO GOOD
The menu had a fish and meat course, and both were truly excellent. In fact, both courses were so good that I would gladly have ordered seconds.
We left very satisfied with our meal.
This meat dish was so good I wanted to have seconds
As for the anti-aging effect, well, I’m keeping my fingers crossed that there will be some results from this wonderful lunch on just another interesting day in my never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.