This restaurant is in the food court of the enormous Worldmark 2 so the fine dining component of it was lost somewhere. It reflects the quintessential French type with seating indoors with small tables and plenty of wooden panelling.
In the La petit plates (small plates): We ordered the Twice baked gruyere soufflé. This was amazing. The smooth texture of the baked cheese as it melts and the aftertaste are beyond what I can write here.
Cheese platter: Their homegrown cheese was the best of the lot. And the baked bite studded with rosemary and roast garlic was bitter and probably could be tried with fig jam, Emmenthal with the grapes and the gruyere with bread or just itself
Roasted cauliflower soup: This was the dish that is most talked about in this restaurant. I found it decent.
In the tartines and sandwiches section, we went for
Mushroom Pissaladiere: it’s a French flatbread with tossed mushrooms with artichokes. The topping was so good but the pastry (puffed) was a little too thick to neutralize this. Otherwise, it was good.
The only non-veg dish that we ordered was
Coq au vin: It was a rich red wine braised chicken legs that were plentiful to kill one's hunger. The side potato purée was so soft and the sauce was a perfect addition to the dish
Crepes Gratin: Another well-known dish for this restaurant. I would have liked it a lot more if they cut the corn and probably added mushrooms for a greater flavour. But for someone who likes corn, it should be a good recommendation. Be prepared because it’s as cheesy as it can get! Thick and filling.
Creme brûlée: A typical French dish with a rich custard base with a contrasting layer of hardened caramelized sugar. It’s a crunchy and custardy delight
Mocha pot de creme: Delicate dark chocolate with a texture that melts in the mouth with a perfect blend of coffee custard. A good one indeed!
Brownie points for their service. They give good suggestions and are very warm and welcoming.