Écriture: Modern French cuisine, Japanese flourish – and named after Korean art
- The stellar menu by executive chef Maxime Gilbert is seasonal, with ingredients sourced from artisanal producers
Serving contemporary French cuisine with a Japanese twist, two-Michelin-starred Écriture is named after a series of paintings by Korean artist Park Seo-bo. The interior has geometric shapes with soft colours and textures, a symmetrical copper ceiling, black hardwood tables and white chairs.
Executive chef Maxime Gilbert’s seasonal menu sources ingredients from artisanal producers. There is a choice of tasting menus or à la carte, with dishes such as slow-cooked turbot with dashi-poached foie gras, caviar tart with Hokkaido sea urchin, and kabu purée in a buckwheat tart shell and beurre blanc. There is an extensive wine list.
26/F, H Queens, 80 Queen’s Road Central
Turbot foie gras