New Restaurant, London - Dominique Ansel’s Treehouse
This new restaurant experience comes from the World’s Best Pastry Chef, New Yorker Dominique Ansel. For all those crazy about cronuts that know what’s coming - the Treehouse has finally opened it’s doors. Ansel invites with a lush green entrance, a small wooden hut hanging above the entrance, and sitting as if cramped into a small space between branches and above the ground. Fairy lights and cabin like tables. Then the menu - small, classic, ideal. With each dish tempting the senses and watering the mouth. Ansel doesn’t play fair, as he hits all the wrong notes in our foodism - the total incapability in resisting guilty pleasures. A Camembert fondue with brioche crisps, home made pastas, fresh bread with tons of delicious cultured Edinburgh butter, chicken liver parfait - those are options for sharing. There is classical, very french inspired selection of bigger plates, and a list of desserts because of which we are already planning multiple visits. Read review of the restaurant from secret London here. And check the menu for yourself on the original website here.