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L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

$$$$

Shop 401, 4/F, The Landmark, 16 Des Voeux Rd C, Hong Kong
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There are L’Atelier de Jöel Robuchons all over the world, including Paris, but don’t count this place out just because it’s the fanciest chain restaurant ever. The food is a modern take on traditional French and the counter-style set up is fun and casual. There are a bunch of different ways to eat here, from a reasonably-priced set lunch menu to a very unreasonably-priced “discovery menu” that’s worth the splurge for its out-there version of French food.

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