Small, elegant and exclusive, this restaurant draws discerning eaters from around the globe. It offers classic French cuisine that is on a par with ... More
Small, elegant and exclusive, this restaurant draws discerning eaters from around the globe. It offers classic French cuisine that is on a par with any restaurant on the mainland. The chef takes a great deal of personal pride in the cuisine, as do the other members of the staff. The Baked Brie gets rave reviews, as does the Supreme de Canard (roast duck in a raspberry sauce). Do not be surprised to find a plethora of couples and gourmands enjoying the cuisine on any given evening.
An excellent dining choice especially for that special occasion. The service was prompt and friendly, The menu and wine selection made choosing difficult. Our table of six had their menu selections all served at the same time and straight from the grill, etc. Our menu choices (ranging from fresh catch preparations and beef to wild boar) were delicious and dessert was decadent. The intimate setting made our evening perfect. We have visited the Big Island many times with the intent of trying La Bourgogne. We finally accomplished our goal. We will definitely go again. Since the restaurant is small make reservations well in advance.
Were there 04/05/07 we liked the food, the menu is interesting but the reception very unpleasant and the service very poor. Despite the fact that we enjoyed the food we decided not to return,we did not want to face the rather unpleasant waiter and waitress.