The French Window A Culinary Sure Thing

[14/01/10] 

Contrary to what you might have heard, the French are not the dynamite lovers they proclaim to be. In fact, according to a recent OnePoll.com survey, they were relegated to fourth place behind – yes, it’s true – the Italians, Brazilians and even Spanish. But one thing that remains is the seductive siren’s call of French cuisine, served in elegant, romantic surrounds, and with Valentine’s Day fast approaching, it’s time for you to whip out…your credit card, because spoiling your woman doesn’t come cheap.

The new French Window restaurant at the IFC has a Valentine’s Day menu that’s going to do most of the work for you. Created by gastro-talents Justin Quek and Michael le Calvez, prepare yourself for the likes of broccoli veloute with caviar, Yuzu foie gras terrine, and chicken fillet in a mouth watering black truffle sauce, as well as a wine list of over 500 labels and some very cool classic cocktail recreations. With muted, sophisticated interiors and views across the harbor through double-height windows, your femme du jour will not only be well fed, but your biggest fan, leaving you to deal with desert.

A la Show Girls’ pool scene style.

The French Window
Shop 3101, Podium 3, IFC 2, Central
Tel: 2393 3812
Valentines Menu: $1,488pp, inclusive of one mini bottle of champagne
www.thefrenchwindow.hk

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Hong Kong’s newest and most romantic French restaurant

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