This Chinatown gem does French tasting menus in five-, seven-, and nine-course seasonal options that change monthly. The main dining room is sleek and modern, with light fixtures that drip from the ceiling above cozy leather booths and a large glass window in the back that gives people sitting at the chef’s table a front-row seat to watch the kitchen in action. As for the tasting menus, no matter how many courses you choose, you can expect a stream of well-executed plates like Alaskan king crab jelly with a touch of caviar and seared foie gras topped with cotton candy.

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