This French restaurant is named after Monet’s ethereal painting "Morning at Antibes." While Seorae Maeul (Seorae Village) is known for its many French eateries, this one stands out for a menu more heavily based on seafood than meat. The portions are unique because instead of a fixed course menu, there are sizes such as the Large Plate, the Small Plate, and A Little Bite, to allow guests the option of creating their own personalized course. The open kitchen is buzzing with activity, and the hall, with its vintage ornaments and lush coloring, is refined. Although the food is French, the restaurant carries a relaxed American air, likely due to the chef’s upbringing in the US. Everything is prepared with handpicked seafood from the fish market early in the morning. The menu includes delectable dishes like escargot, cod croquette, and sea urchin roe on toast.
3, Donggwang-ro 27-gil
|Opening hours:||Daily 12–3pm, 6–11pm. Closed Mon.|
|Transport:||Naebang Station (Line 7), exit 7,8|
|Price:||Dinner course 80,000 won, mains from 15,000 won|