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French fine-dining restaurant at H Queen’s
Écriture is a French fine-dining venue with two Michelin stars under its belt and is named after renowned Korean artist Park Seo-Bo’s groundbreaking abstract expressionist series. The restaurant attempts to emulate Park through bold colours and designs that rely heavily on shapes and lines. With the restaurant’s open kitchen in the centre and floor-to-ceiling windows, diners can experience stunning views to go with the French culinary art. The menu, or Library of Flavours, change with the seasons but signature highlights include the likes of a showstopping caviar and uni tart, and akamutsu, wrapped in kombu from Brittany with verbena and fresh lemon that is steamed with sake over a hot stone.