It has also held four stars from the New York Times for the longest period of time of any restaurant, and was rated 15th best restaurant in the world in Restaurant magazine.
The service was impeccable. To start, the servers brought us a salmon spread, and a choice of numerous house made breads.
We had two appetizers, the salmon tartare, and the octopus.
Both were incredible.
Christopher had the snapper as his main course, and I had lobster.
The main dishes were perfectly cooked, however they needed a vegetable or something with them, and there was no option to order sides.
We had hazelnut praline and black walnut as our desserts.
The servers also brought us a taste of another dessert.
We're looking forward to our next Michelin dining experience. This one was really fun!
Is there a restaurant on your bucket list? What is it?
(Some we hope to visit include Momofuko Ko in NYC, and Sukiyabishi Jiro in Tokyo ... and after we do more research, we'll have more on this list)