Wednesday, January 17, 2018

La Dame De Pic

This has got to be one of our favourite among all the Michelin selections! Somehow, we enjoyed our one star more than two. La Dame De Pic has a Michelin star, keeping everything simple and most importantly it's real food instead of molecular crap.

Amuse bouche #1: Crisps

Amuse bouche #2: Mmmm anything with cheese wins my heart!

Amuse bouche #3: Rose, not sure what is it called but it's a little cold ball with rose water in it. It gets a bit messy if you bite it as it's meant to be popped in without biting.

Mushroom consommé 

Foie Gras Crème Brûlée

Very beautifully presented.. It has a very thin layer of sugar which was just nice for me. I thought it was less rich as compared to the foie gras I had at Hélène Darroze at The Connaught. For those who doesn't like it too rich, this version is will actually suit you.

The brioche that came with the foie gras. I have to admit this wasn't as good as Dinner's brioche. But at least it's a healthier option, it's not as oily!

Fresh rainbow trout served with sour cream and pickled cucumbers.

The suckling pig that is somewhat similar to Chinese suckling pig - a little layer of fats and meat beneath the crispy skin.

Red mullet served with hispi cabbage - it seems to be a very popular dish in this place.

La Dame De Pic's signature dessert - The White Millefeuille.

Chocolate and ice cream.

3 courses lunch came to £39 per pax.

The lunch set does not come with coffee, just for your information.


Likes: Simple food, affordable lunch sets, polite and attentive staffs (they look like students in training - sneakers?), great location too - it's in Four Seasons London and easily accessible via Tower Hill station.
Dislikes: Nothing

La Dame de Pic London  
Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square
10 Trinity Square,
London EC3N 4AJ
United Kingdom
+4420.3297.3799
Opening Hours
Daily 12pm - 2.15pm; 6.30pm - 10.15pm
Closed on Sundays
La Dame De Pic's Page
La Dame De Pic on Facebook

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