Unbelievable food. - Chef Guily B.
Prepare to be amazed. - dldmia

Customer Reviews

A great 'Little Restaurant' with great 'Big Flavors'! - outandtr
Neighborhood Jewel - Marcela Lopez

french cuisine

French cooking isn't fancy. It's all about layering flavors, mastering basic techniques, and savoring every bite.

 

every day is a Special Occasion

French cooking may seem sophisticated, but it is not. It’s ultimately about creating a harmonious dish that elevates the quality of the main ingredient. It’s about building flavors. What makes French techniques universal is that they are based on logic. Sautéing, roasting, braising, poaching, broiling—they all have a reason to be used. 


However, to truly understand the mentality of French dining, you have to look beyond the ingredients and the techniques. Think of it as a way of life. “It’s really the style of eating, how meals are planned and a way to sit around the French table.” The typical meal includes three courses—a simple starter (soup is a popular option), a main dish (this could be as basic as a quick chicken recipe), and then cheese and fruit for dessert. “It’s meant to unfold, so it’s a really relaxing moment at the end of the day. It’s about the pleasure of sitting down, enjoying family, company, and food.” So put your elbows on the table and let the meal flow.

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