MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
You’ll float away on a cloud at the first taste of Jacqueline Margulis’ signature soufflés, light and fluffy masterworks that have kept her tables full for over 35 years. Since the chef makes each of her creations by hand, expect to spend three or so hours at the table—it’s the perfect romantic escape for couples lingering over a bottle of wine. To sate your appetite while you wait, a bowl of light carrot soup or a delicate cucumber salad in champagne vinaigrette will do the trick. But the soufflés are the real draw, and keen diners plan on both a savory and a sweet course. For the former, a combination of flaky salmon, tender asparagus and caramelized Gruyère is a delight. And the utterly perfect lemon soufflé will haunt any dessert lover's dreams.