Editorial Review of
The interior of Mille Fleurs is a vivacious mélange of fireplaces and tapestries, and the piano bar charms musical types with jazz tunes and after-diner martinis. But affluent gourmands visit the restaurant for hearty, gourmet, French-inspired meals that extend far beyond the ordinary.
Each dish is an exquisite pastiche of tastes, like the honey-glazed Australian lamb chops with multicolored turnips and blue cheese gratin. Other prime options are the oven-roasted stuffed quails, the grilled wild bass with mussels, and the soft shell crab over corn and fried leeks. The best way to experience all the chef’s top selections is with the seven-course menu, which includes sorbet, cheese and dessert.