Butter is carved table side and we got a choice of salted or unsalted.
The bread basket was awesome, as expected. There was a good variety including, baguettes, popovers, and focaccia. Naturally, we were allowed unlimited refills on any bread of choice. And yes, I did ask for seconds!
Amuse-bouche was corn mousse with lemon curd in the bottom of the bowl. I enjoyed the corn mousse more than the lemon curd.
|Les moules du Bouchots - French mussels "marinières" with touch of cream perfumed with fresh herbs|
|Le champignon blanc - white mushroom velouté served with foie gras royale and port wine reduction|
|Le foie gras - meli-melo of shaved foie gras and fresh figs on a red wine sauce|
|Les crustacés - shellfish bisque spiced with Espelette pepper with shredded cod fish and crispy soft fish|
|L'aile de raie - Pan-fried skate wing meunière style with baby spinach and artichoke|
|La Saint-Jacques, la crevette et la calamar - pan fried scallop, prawn and squid in saffron mussel emulsion and spelt risotto|
|La pintade - caramelized guinea fowl with pan fried foie gras and marinated peach with dried fruits|
|Le burger - Wagyu beef and foie gras burgers with lightly caramelized bell peppers and potato soufflés|
Rather than ordering dessert from a menu, everyone got to choose two from the dessert trolley!
My dad was trying to be healthy and had a fruit salad, which looked very pretty.
Almond cake and chocolate tart.
My mom had coffee-flavoured cream puffs, which was actually quite good.
In contrast, the stewed peaches were not nearly as enjoyable.
One of the fancier desserts was the floating island, which was presented beautifully. However, our server mentioned something about a cheese sauce, which threw me off.
The meal also included tea and coffee for everyone.
After an incredibly filling meal, we all took some time to enjoy our tea and coffee. My mom had a latte.
After a heavy meal, I had to choose tea over coffee. Before we left, we were also given a bag of confectioneries to take home.
All in all, I had a fantastic experience at Robuchon au Dôme, and on the whole, I enjoyed my meal here more than my experience at L'atelier de Joel Robuchon in Hong Kong (which was also amazing). Highlights for me included the mussels, the foie gras, the guinea fowl, and the mille-feuille. It was by far the most luxurious meal out of my entire Asia trip, and I enjoyed everything tremendously. I look forward to returning the next time I visit Macau.