Each multi-course meal reveals the clever use of sustainable produce from Southeast Asia and Japan, prepared in a modern French style
Odette, chef Julien Royer’s paean to his beloved grandmother, remains one of the most sought-after restaurants in town for its beautiful setting, technically astute cooking, and impeccable and friendly service. Royer has long displayed a fascination with flavours from Asia but his latest menu is an homage to his roots with nary a Japanese nor Vietnamese influence in sight. The mushroom tea is deceptively simple but a glorious start to the meal, while the foie gras kaya toast is the chef’s take on the torchon of foie gras that’s paired with kaya gel. From the flow of the courses to the wine list, every element of the dining experience is consistently exceptional in its conception and execution, making this restaurant as close to culinary perfection as we have experienced.
|Accept Credit Card||Yes|
|Bring Your Own Bottle||Yes|
|Private Room Description||1|
|Dress Code||Smart Casual|