One of the first things you notice when you arrive at La Table (which is the first 100% organic restaurant to be awarded a top gastronomy star) is that it manages to achieve a rather unusual feat for a restaurant of this caliber: coziness. . It may sound trite, but it’s true: Michelin wonders (of which there are more per square mile in Monaco than almost anywhere else in the world) can amaze with their epicurean charms, but can lag behind when it comes to atmosphere. This is definitely not the case for La Table d’Antonio Salvatore.
Offering exactly the amount of bling you’d expect in a country where the streets literally tinkle with money (one in three is a millionaire), La Table, which calls a former cigar lounge home, is definitely cinematic. Subdued lighting diverts your attention to a movie-sized screen at the back of the restaurant, where a soothing carousel of images rotates: whales soaring through the sky and diving deep underwater, or glittering cityscapes teeming with life. slow rotation.
The visual feast extends to a table, each served by two waiters. Compiled by Italian native Salvatore, the menu is a bold homage to the hills of sun-drenched Basilicata (his birthplace) and the finest seasonal produce from the Côte d’Azur.
It is theoretically possible to order an à la carte meal, but when La Table offers one of the most unique gastronomic experiences the Riviera has to offer, is anything more than an eight-course tasting possible? Salvatore ignites the fire of the imaginary soul with trompe l’œil creations, such as the foie gras terrine, which looks like a rubber duck perched on a bed of green apple pearls; Limoni di Sorrento, a light chocolate mouse that looks like a freshly picked lemon; and TiramiSu, a huge coffee bean that cracks open to release a stream of velvety soft tiramisu.
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