Named after chef-proprietor Darren Chin, DC marries French techniques with local and Japanese ingredients
From the day you ring the restaurant to make reservations to that final bite of dessert, the DC experience is always highly anticipated. Some opine that the cuisine could be a mite more adventurous, but dishes such as the Cold Capellini and Hitacha Japanese A5 Wagyu are exactly what the doctor ordered.
Sure, the lofty price tag comes with high expectations, but the quality of ingredients is second to none, and the wine selection is limited by your depth of your pocket rather than your imagination—on a recent visit, we were delighted to see some trending small winemakers on the list. Plus points go towards the thoughtful staff for offering substitute ingredients to a mother-to-be in our party.
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