Dining experiences worthy of Louis XVI consist of six-courses, prix fixe menu with a savory stream of dishes including a triple-tiered dessert cart co... More
Dining experiences worthy of Louis XVI consist of six-courses, prix fixe menu with a savory stream of dishes including a triple-tiered dessert cart containing over forty freshly made selections. Since 1970 Le Bec-Fin has been acquiring regional and national accolades for their innovative cuisine and original French cuisine. The restaurant is consistently rated of five star quality by the Zagat Survey and named "The Best French Restaurant in America" by Esquire Magazine. Chef George Perrier's specialties such as Cailles Farcies au Foie Gras et Ris de Veau, Le Bec-Fin and Eventail d'agneau et son chutney au curry de Madras fill the menu.
having gone to france and trying a number of french restaurants in the US, there is nothing that is better than le bec. the service is top notch as the the nazi-ish chef, George, comes in and out of the kitchen to make sure that EVERYTHING is absolutely perfect. he does an excellent job of this as i watched him snap at the waiter for not placing the knives perfectly. at that price, i do want my knives placed properly. the service ratio is pretty much one to one or even more on their end. the silverware is christofle and is gorgeous. the food is like you've never tasted before....rivaling 3 star michelin restaurants in france. the cheese and dessert carts speaks for themselves; they are on a cart. 2 pple, 500 bucks....better than your silcon and plastic restaurants you find by ryan seacrest in los angeles....i however have not been to le cirque....hmmmm.....