We specifically booked this restaurant because they not only posted their menu in advance online, but also they've got more variety to their menu than most places during restaurant week.
Appetizers: We ordered the butter and sugar corn soup, which was a bit autumnal tasting, but in a pleasant way that made us wish even more for the cooler temperatures of October. We'd stay away from this if you're coming into the restaurant from the hot streets outside, because this is a warm soup. We also sampled our friend's grilled prawns, and even though there were only two on the plate, they were giant and very shrimpy-tasting. An excellent choice for people who love their seafood.
Entrees: This time we went for the smaller option, the organic Scottish salmon, which was perfectly cooked so that the top and bottom of the small fillets were just edging on caramel brown and crispy. Were we hungrier, we would have drooled all over our friend's Park Avenue burger choice. It was actually two whole gourmet cheeseburgers plus housemade chip and a flavorful deli mustard.
Dessert: There was no doubt about it; we both had to get the goat cheese mousse in the phyllo shell with honeyed raspberries. Deconstructed, it's really nothing more than a reworked cannoli, but that is just fine with us. We'll have to go back and try their sweet corn ice cream and chocolate-ancho chili sorbet.