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8-min walk from Exit E1, Sheung Wan MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
2324 1408
Payment Method
Visa Master Cash UnionPay JCB
Number of Seats
40
Other Info
Wi-Fi
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine
Cake-cutting
Phone Reservation Details
Delivery
10% Service Charge
Review (11)
Level2 2017-07-21
151 views
the restaurant do not have much table. fine food. quite nice environment since it was a rainy day when we dine there. I general the food were quite nice. but I just not a fans for their hand made French fries, too greasy and way way too softy. the salmon were okay. and the beef tartar were nice. continue reading
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大家知道荷李活道最多的是什麼?是酒吧?是甲級寫字樓?其實最多的是餐廳,光是這條街就有超過60間餐廳了。在蘭桂芳,當然大多都領有酒牌,始終不是每個人都是來征戰老蘭的,有些也只是想來個FINE DINING,順便淺嘗紅酒,享受酒精的樂趣而非戰死方休,醉倒在老蘭街頭讓人撿屍。在荷李活道的中間,就開了一家叫La Grande Bouffe 的法國餐廳,也就是英文的BIG FEAST。我不常吃法國菜的原因大多是因為PORTION細小,不能飽餐一頓的確令人不滿足。這家餐廳的名字令我給了一個CREDIT,不妨嘗嘗?門外放著簡單的餐牌介紹,當中的圖片介紹最能吸引途人注目。店內除了簡單的法式裝潢外,還播放著上世界中葉的法國黑白電影La Grande Bouffe,這不是跟餐廳名前後呼應嗎?外國人最喜歡搞GIMMICK,越有禮貌越便宜,哈哈!$328一個3 COURSES SET,連加一360左右,以中環的西餐廳來說實在商宜這個就是加了LEMON LIME的SEABASS SALAD,酸味醒胃之餘去了SEABASS的濃郁魚味,剩下只有細膩的口感,而提供口感的,就是裡面已經切碎的BELL PEPPER,值得一提的是紅洋蔥,沒有辛勁只有清甜,對生洋蔥抗拒的我也吃得舒適。COLD CUT + CHEESE PLATTER三種截然不同的口味,由芝士說起,左邊的像CHEDDAR CHEESE,入口濃郁的咸奶香最適合香港人。中間的相當羶,羊奶芝士並不是我所能抵抗的東西,那種對鼻腔的攻擊比芥辣更甚,還是交給懂吃之人去辦吧。右邊的芝士經重煙熏醃制,跟啤酒配一流。如果淺嘗一杯必點。長見識的是原來法國也有自己的風乾火腿,由左邊的輕怡咸香,同樣港人最愛,到右邊的重咸送酒之選,口感都很鬆軟。而中間的口感像中國人的潤腸,不過味道卻像有FERMENT過的一樣濃郁。PLATTER必配啤酒,這款LA PARISIENNE相當重麥味,內含很濃啤酒澀,作為男士實在很愛這款,像苦澀的人生一樣,中間有點麥甜,那就足夠了。很大一份的沙律,不算很有特色,但份量十足,同樣下了相當的醋,醒胃之選。US RIB EYE配幼薯條加沙律RIB EYE的肉身卻非常鬆軟,MEDIUM的熟度,切開時毫不費勁,中間鮮嫰粉紅,值得一提沒有過多的筋鍵,一樣出色的RIB EYE如果有筋鍵並難以切開的話,那就不合格了。件頭十分,不過肥肉部分有點多就是。幼薯條沒什麼功夫可言,薯肉本身亦不算出色,所以沒什麼可以提。 continue reading
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I have been to la Grande Bouffe for a lunch break, alone after a tough meeting with a customer.The price of the set lunch is more than affordable (108HKD for starter, main dish, dessert and free bread + water).I had a thai salad to start with steamed chicken, a kind of coleslaw and some crushed nuts. There was a very nice balance of texture, the chicken was tasty and the sesame dressing was light and well adjusted. The taste of all ingredients were fresh and recognizable as the dressing was not overwhelming th rest of the salad.Then I had a leek and onions tart with corriander and a salad on the side. The tart was made from tasty veggies and there was a nice peppery after taste with the add of some coriander I guess. The veggies were well cooked and gave you a feeling of creamy texture, which is the way a nice French Quiche is supposed to be made.Finally I had an apple tart with a red berries jam on the side. Apples were more than good and perfectly cooked so you had a nice caramelized flavour when you teeths were hittting the tart. The coulis of red berries was sweet, but not too much with a zest of acidity which helps to peacfully finish the tart after a generous meal.I will go back there for diner to try the Signature Burger but I would tottaly recommend it for a nice taste of France lunch.Bon appetit! continue reading
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Level1 2015-05-27
1724 views
As a French guy I can say it's probably one of the best French restaurant in Hong Kong. I went there few times and tried the burger with reblochon (french cheese) and the stewed beef and they were both amazingly good! I went back there twice in may because they have this FANTASTIC duck leg for French May. It comes with mashed potatoes, home made as everything else. It tastes better than a lot of restaurant in Paris.They also have very great deserts: I recommend the lemon tart or, if you like chocolate, the mousse au chocolat.It is definitely the best value for money if you want french food in HK. And on top of that the staff is super friendly!  continue reading
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Level1 2015-05-24
1119 views
The fact the whole table (except myself) was either French or Swiss and they all love this place says everything.Friendly waitress and owner who came and joke with us throughout the dinner. Food was also perfect. We started with nice wine recommended to us, then came the perfectly prepared entree including Ravioli with cheese, salmon tartare salad and foie gras. We shared and tasted all three dishes and everyone liked everything.Main dish was a unanimous decision - special of the day - confit de canard. Crispy duck skin and moist duck thigh meat, complimented by sweet apple sauce and creamy mash potatoes sprinkled with mint, altogether it was surprisingly light and easy to eat. This is by far one of the best duck confit I had, including the ones I had in southern France.Then we had cheese platter and three different desserts - chocolate mousse, homemade yoghurt with raspberry sauce and lemon tart. Chocolate mousse was so fantastically rich it was almost like cake. Homemade yoghurt was thick and the raspberry sauce on top was just right, not too sweet. Lemon tart did not disappoint either.On top of it all, the chillax and eclectic French touches here and there is probably what made it so enjoyable. I love the thoughtfulness of the details. Look up and you would find classic old French films projected above the bar; look under your table to find bag hooks that in my opinion, EVERY Hong Kong restaurant should seriously install. I'd recommend this place to everyone, especially to try the Confit de Canard special while it lasts. continue reading
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