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Posted by Misha on 02/21/2014
My daughter was job shadowing the pastry chef & everyone was so helpful & friendly. I was excited to have lunch & none other the Mr Puck himself show up & introduced himself. He was all over the place in the kitchen (you can see right into the kitchen) cooking tasting etc. What a great restaurant & staff so so friendly & always there you do not have to ask for anything they seem to know what you may want it need.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/06/2010
Quality ingredients, expensive but it will satisfy. Stay away from duck and salmon.
Posted by anonymous on 05/17/2009
i had the wagu steak and it was amazing. I also had a lobster salad with white truffels. very good.
Posted by Michigan Foodie on 02/11/2009
I went on a Friday night with two other friends. We arrived on time and the first person we see is none other than Wolfgang himself. He took the time to shake our hands and welcome us, a great start. Our table was waiting. We each chose the tasting menu and were not dissapointed. The amuse bouche was three small bites. The first was a divine tuna tartare in a cone. The second was a poached quail egg nestled in a brioche round topped with a slice of black truffle. And finally there was a bacon stuffed pastry puff which is now officially the world's best snack food. Give me a bag of 20 of those and I am a happy man. First course was a sorbet of japanese cucmber which had a remarkable taste. That was followed up by pan roasted veal sweetbreads that were the best I've ever had. Then came the star of the meal, a pumpkin and mascarpone agnolotti with an incredible cream sauce and loads of shaved white truffle. The aroma was indescribable. Then came a sauteed virginia striped bass on an oxtail ragout with more black truffles. This was probably the weakest dish for me since my piece of fish was slightly tough. Then came a wonderful pairing of loin of lamb with bean puree and matsutake mushrooms. Finally there was an amazing desert of roasted pineapple rhugalah or a turnover with a pineapple and sour cream sorbet. Amazing. My one complaint is that while the staff was incredibly attentive we only consumed one bottle of wine and i felt that upon finishing our meal we were almost rushed out with no mignardises whatsoever since we were unwilling to fork over an additional 50 for another bottle. That and having to pay 20 dollars for water is also insane. But overall the positives far outweight the negatives and this will go down as one of the 3 best meals of my life up to this point.