We were looking for dinner choices on a Saturday night. Saw there was a table available. Made reservation 30 minutes before getting into the door. The menu was not published. So we did not know what we would get.
Food in general is great. Caviar, oyster, truffle, king crab, etc., the usual stuff you see for a restaurant at this level. Not too rich and creamy. Fits the current trend of healthy eating. The duck is particularly good, crispy outside with very tender meat. But the antelope tartar is a bit too wild for us. I think it'd be better if the staff can warn us earlier and let us decide if we want a replacement dish. The final sweets is very good but too much in quantity.