Open daily from noon to 1 a.m. Licensed. Major credit cards. Wheelchair access. 284-2132.
High prices and a select clientele are the trademark of this chic new restaurant, backed by the prestigious, century-old restaurant Fouquet of Paris. Don't try to equate prices with quantity hereservings are small and basically simple, no great innovations or sculptured wonders. But the food is top-quality and impeccably prepared.
A three-course dinner for two with wine will cost upward of $150. Among dishes well worth trying are starters of snails in Bordelaise sauce and rock crab cake, followed by a pave of beef stuffed with black olives and anchovies, or a superb lamb noisette crusted with dried parsley. Among sweets, the caramel souffle is to die for, as is a pear pie.