We started with warm bread and butter. The bread was delicious, soft and on the hot side; with a bit of crunch in the crust.
For appetizer, I had the crispy calamari.
Crispy Calamari, Oven Dried Tomatoes, Saffron Aioli
The calamari was fried well as it wasn’t greasy or oily, it was crispy too! But the flavouring of the fried layer took over the taste of the calamari. The aioli that came with it was full of flavour which I enjoyed smothering the vegetables and calamari in.
If you follow me on instagram, you might have happened to see a snapshot of my delicious main course; the duck confit!
Duck Confit, Pomme Puree, Haricots Vert, Prune and Armagnac Jus
I usually only have my duck in Asian restaurants, so having it cooked French style was a new experience and it was definitely a memory for my tastebuds. The duck was very moist, tender, and juicy on the inside, crispy on the outside. The mashed potatoes were at the perfect level of buttery creaminess, and the jus complemented everything in the dish.
Lastly, for dessert I had the Lemon Tart.
Lemon Tart, Burnt Meringue, Raspberry Coulis
I have to add, the service was amazing there. When we arrived, we were greeted by a flurry of friendly French accents and warm smiles. They periodically checked our water was always filled and they came by several times to ask if we enjoyed our meal. This menu was well worth my $28 and I paid 15% tax because I was so pleased with this dine out experience. I hope to try some of their future dishes soon!