We ate here for my birthday. We both opened with the Deux Foie Gras. au torchon, was excellent, fresh and flavorful; but then, when can it not be excellent? Sautéed, was less good, maybe left it sitting too long on the toast? Intermezzo sorbet was nice. I then had the Sky Bouillabaisse. This was not good. Too salty, not enough broth, and distinct lack of croutons. I was served a bread stick with sesame seeds! Totally covered the delicate flavours to be found in a good bouillabaisse. However, my wife ordered the venison, and it was excellent. I suppose I have been spoiled by eating authentic bouillabaisse in Marseille, France. The dessert was average, but tasty. Wine menu was extensive, and the sommelier knew his business. All in all, I will probably go back, but if I do, I won't be ordering the bouillabaisse.
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