The Roux brothers are always reliable for finesse, quality, and attention to detail. Your palette is never overwhelmed, but always happy. A tasting menu shouldn’t make you feel dizzy, I reckon. The subtlety of flavours was matched only by the exceptional service and I left feeling like a better person. Sort of like the opposite of the feeling you get when walking out of MacDonalds (which I always liken to finishing a Cambodian ‘experience day’ blowing up cows with bazookas – fun, messy, but terribly wrong)
I mean for the canvas to be displayed backlit – something I have been thinking about for a few years. The paint is applied (and removed) thinly enough to be translucent in certain parts. Maybe I will go off the idea. The painting is displayed here with and without backlighting (in this case from natural clouded sky light) which seems to provide an acceptable temperature. The title in my mind was ‘Glowing in the Dark’, so I would like to see it artificially illuminated in a darker environment.