Went for lunch. Ordered their 3 courses lunchset.
Starter: Steak tartare. One dish packed with lots of protein. It served with 3 pieces of thinly toasted baguette. There were small pinches of herbs, condiments, salt , cayenne? a quail egg sat on top of the tartare. Verdict - it's a bit difficult to do the mélangant, I was hoping it to be chopped more finely. The once I had in Toronto Mövenpick had lots of fresh onion to make it sharp and contrast in texture (soft 'sweet' beef and spicy onion bits), like having beef shasimi with wasabi. In this case, the taste was a bit of a blur, and I was not sure those little touches of flavours add anything to it. I tried it with the toast and dashes of olive oil and balsamic vinegar it then gave it a bit of a lift. Not impressed.
Entrée: Mediterranean Sea Bass. It was grilled perfectly, i.e., crispy skin. I expected the fish had a bounce it my mouth, but the bite turned a bit mushy after a few chew. The ratatouille sitting under had no wows. The plating was pleasing.
Dessert: Mousse des fraises. I got a sorbet and a mousse with quartered strawberries placed in a sort of pattern. There were also dots of petit meringue and cube gélatines, with circular strokes of strawberry coulis. Bon ben.
It's likely only a one time experience here.