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Ritz-Carlton dining rooms all over the country provide expensive and slightly creative French fare in sedate surroundings, and this new restaurant is no exception. The $68 prix fixe offers three courses of solid high-quality ingredients, and, to its credit, there is no additional charge for foie gras (served dusted with sea salt in a whip of basil and pea shoots), roast lobster (an entire shelled specimen with baby fennel in a sea of pink foam), and dry-aged sirloin steak. The drawbacks: too much foam, and a fiendishly expensive wine list, with virtually no bottles under $50. You'll be hearing a lot more about this place.
Though only a few months old, the Ritz-Carlton's ATELIER has already distinguished itself as one of the finest old-guard French restaurants in town, heavy on the foie gras and caviar, but also exploring new culinary territory with a peasant flour soup sporting a wad of frog meat in the middle, and rack of lamb crusted with five types of peppercorn. The habitual use of breakfast cereals in the desserts is also an intriguing early feature. More »
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