Each of the seven courses is a reimagined take on a local dish, prepared with locally sourced ingredients and served up high in the clouds. “What’s so exciting about the menu is that we get to play with food that is familiar to many diners, but we are presenting it in a new and exciting manner,” Cook says. “Our seven-course Journey isn’t about smoke and mirrors, but authentic flavours presented in a refined manner.”
The restaurant, perched atop the Ritz building on the 23rd floor, enjoys jaw-dropping and unobstructed views of the three Atlantic point (Sea, Mouille, and Green points) — and beyond. The interior has been kept muted, so as not to detract from the natural splendour. Blackened walls, black-velvet bucket chairs, crisp white tablecloths, and imported vintage Philip Starck table lamps create a bold aesthetic and provide the perfect setting to focus the guests’ attention on the twinkling vista and modern cuisine that awaits.