This excellent restaurant, which Bon Appétit magazine once called "a beacon to restore hope to the traveler's heart," has won as many accolades as the hotel to which it belongs. The table d'hôte menu changes daily and is confidently balanced -- sophisticated without being fussy. The service, too, is precise and intuitive. Dishes can include pan-fried salmon and John Dory with chili sauce and crème fraîche, or supreme of chicken with gratin potato-and-tarragon jus. If dinner here is out of your budget, consider coming for a light lunch (1-3pm) or afternoon tea (3-5pm).
- © Frommer's 2013
- Highly Recommended 2010