The Amuse Bouche came in an interesting wooden serving tray, placed on the exquisite gold-tinted J.L. Coquet porcelain plate. The Smoked Salmon with Truffles was a refreshing start.
I'd a choice of Hokkaido Scallops or Duck Ravioli & Diced Foie Gras for the Hors D'oeuvres. The word 'Foie Gras' always attracts me but I opted for the former instead. The Scallops was wrapped with Iberico Ham with an outer layer of crispy wafer-thin Ciabatta, served with marinated Heirloom Tomatoes. It was one of the freshest seafood I had to date & I love the combination.
For the main course, I picked the Pickled Crispy Pork Leg over the Grilled Eggplant Risotto. The slice of pork tasted like Suckling Pig & it was amazingly crunchy. However, I'm "allergic" to the taste of Horseradish & Caraway so I didn't quite finish the dish. Besides, the meat was a little raw for my comfort.
Dessert was an excellent choice of Terrine of Tropical Sorbets. The multi-coloured sorbets came in different fruity flavours & was simply out-of-this-world. I've never seen sorbet done in this manner. Together with the melting Chocolate Beignet, it was definitely 1st-class dessert.
I ended my 3-course lunch with another Compliments from the Chef, served with my fave Camomile. It was definitely my cup of tea. Rating: 4/5.