Both of us don't read French, so we had to rely on the English description of the foods.
Mussels in White Wine
Although I never had French food, but I do know this is a very famous French dish. I personally don't enjoy shell foods and I thought the meats were really tiny. However my friend like it. And it was served with chips.
La Piano (HK$118)
Spinach, smoked salmon, egg, cream, salad, lemon. This was my main course. Well for someone who doesn't eat much, this is just the right portion. And it is indeed healthy and delicious.
Le Four (HK$138)
Duck confit, emmental cheese, bell peppers, piment d'espelette jelly, salad. This was my friend's main course. I shared a tiny bite and it was nice too. When we observes the main courses of ours and the other guests', it seems they all had the same presentation - wrapped inside a thin layer of soft pancake. Not sure if it is that restaurant's specialty or a general French presentation.
Ice Cream Crepes (HK$98)
Coffee Ice Cream with pineapple, raisin and rum. We were a bit excited about the flame when the rum was added. Again the pineapples were wrapped with pancake. My friend was not happy with the canned pineapple. Indeed for the price they charge, it would worth using fresh pineapple. I trust that's going to be far more fragrant.
Including my friend's daily soup, we ended up paying around HK$610 including service charge. Quite affordable, I must say.
1/F, 100 Queen's Road East
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