So French, even without the name and attentive waiters. The menu is smart in that whoever dreamed it up understands food and people. Of course it makes sense to have exquisite sashimi in a delicate spy and ginger sauce and Asian dumplings or corn fritters before a main. We had salmon with a salt and pepper crust on a bed of BokChoy with coconut rice and Asian salad- perfectly cooked salmon and delicately balanced herbs. My daughter had spaghettini with prawns- subtly jazzed up with preserved lemon and fresh parsley. Nothing disagreeable or mundane here- took us back to our visits to France. Je reviens..
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