|Foie Gras Cone|
As you enter, you'll notice the nice ambient interiors. There are only like 6 tables here so it gets pretty private ;) A nice place to take a date, or two, or three, or, if you're like me, 908,312 of them. Just kidding. Only half of that. Lighting is just enough. Not too bright to blind you. But just dark enough so you can actually take pictures of your food. Yay. Time to instagram your dinner. There's an open kitchen area where you can see the team cooking. I like how simple the place is. There's not a lot going on. There aren't any fancy decorations that freak out your eyes. The table setting is nice and simple. Better-than-average-looking, clean silverware. We brought our own wine, but their wine glasses also seemed to be your better-than-average Bordeaux wine glasses. Red cups for water. 3 colors max on your table setting? So classy. The servers are all polite, serving you fresh bread as you order. I forgot exactly what type of bread I had. Some sort of olive focaccia bread I think. I have to double check. It was very good though. Whoever reads this, you'll just have to live with the unknown mysteriousness of this enigmatic comestible.
|Tuna Tartare, Lychee Mojito|
The next dish is actually art. It's colorful, it's strategically put together, and it tastes good. The ingredients are fresh and tasty. It's a Beet Garden composed of beets, carrots, coffee crumbs, goat cheese, and asparagus coulis. Coulis, by the way, is a thick sauce made with pureed vegetables. This is pronounced "KU-LEE", not "KULIS". I don't have too much to say about this one. If I had to describe it in one word, I'd say it's pretty refreshing. It goes really well with the tasting menu and it's healthy! Even better, it's like art... that you can eat.
|Goose Station Eggs Benedict|
It's close to 4am. I think I'll continue the rest of this tomorrow. Plus, I don't want to overwhelm you with words. That's evil.
Here's Part 2!
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