The building that L'Atlantide sits on atop looks like it's in a state of flux at the moment. Almost like the rest of it is empty.
Never mind, the dining room is sumptuous and the view over the river very pleasing.
Service was excellent, friendly, informative, accommodating my non-existant French without a fault. Everything looked magnificent, especially the foie gras terrine starter which, on it's black and silver plate, looked too beautiful to touch. I had to take a photograph.
However, the depth of flavours were lacking. This must be what is holding this noteworthy restaurant back. The dishes promised more to the eye than they delivered to the palette.
But, it was still a wonderful lunch, relaxed and enjoyable.
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