It can be regarded as a relatively good French cuisine in Kuala Lumpur. The one-Michelin-star restaurant, the French foie gras is delicious, and the coffee tastes very good. The menu is very high-end, with gilded paper.
The Michelin restaurant in Malaysia is really cheaper. The three-course set menu is more than 200 rm, which is really at the price of conscience. I think the French cuisine is very good, and the appetizers are also delicious.
The food is very fresh, whether it is caviar or seafood such as lobster. Wagyu beef is also very delicious! Even though the 3 dishes for dinner cost 220RM, I think it is not expensive.
Great food and Impeccable service!My friends and I had a great time. I took the 4 course dinner priced at RM518 nett per pax. Before they started serving appetisers, they served bread and it was delicious. Food was so good and Impeccable service offered by the manager and waitors. Go for the foie gras, wagyu and their angel hair pasta. So so so good. Looking forward to returning again
It should be regarded as a fusion of French cuisine. The dishes are very creative and ingenious. The dishes are of high quality and taste very good, except for the slightly more expensive ones.