I have been to rooftop bar of Le Sud on many occasions but I had never had the opportunity to eat dinner at the restaurant. Last Friday I finally had the chance to spend a lovely evening with two close friends at this magnificent place.
The amuse-bouche consisted of truffles on toast...
... followed by a foamy soup.
I ordered risotto as a starter.
The turbot was my choice for the main course.
If I remember correctly, we didn't order any dessert but we were, nevertheless, offered delicious macarons, a sorbet...
... and we got to choose between a meringue and a marshmallow. The waitress told us that in French haute-cuisine speak we must use the word 'guimauve' as the English word 'marshmallow' is not appropriate.
Our neighbouring table got to get a taste from the beautiful cheese tray.
The dinner was excellent and so was the service. This restaurant used to have a Michelin star but sadly lost it a couple of years ago.
8, Rives de Clausen