My wife and I will be going to Le Bec Fin for our anniversary next month. It's hard to believe that we have never been there, but it was always one of those, "It will always be there" kind of things (kind of like why Philadelphians never visit The Liberty Bell). Well, now that it won't "always be there", I have a few questions about their menu.
Looking at the menu online, I see Four Courses for $80 and Six Courses for $120. The differences between the two are Intermezzo, Sorbet, and Pre-Dessert. Do we get to choose Intermezzo from something on the menu or is it something else the kitchen prepares? Is Pre-Dessert a cheese course or something else?
For dessert, the four course option lists A La Carte Dessert and the six course lists Dessert Carte. Is A La Carte Dessert just one choice from the dessert menu as opposed to choosing anything (or everything?) from the Dessert Carte? Since this will most likely be our one and only visit, I don't want to miss out on the famous Dessert Carte.
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