The chef, who has won numerous prestigious culinary competitions, is determined that his style of cooking is simple yet full of discovery…
Be it a reasonably priced lunchtime dish of the day or an evening meal WAX is a great place to come and eat. The menu offers numerous revisited classic dishes, which are just more refined, and the chef loves succeeding in unexpected flavour combinations. The copious dishes are served without frills but with care and finesse. You can try a succulent homemade foie gras on a bed of dark chocolate, accompanied with rhubarb and espelette pepper, melt in your mouth beef filet with morels, or even Asian style Carpaccio. The dishes of the day, simpler, more traditional and reasonably priced are just as delicious.
The venue is also difficult to criticize: plenty of space between the tables, refined décor, which is attractive and respects the authenticity of the listed building with its industrial theme and old mill souvenirs on display throughout the dining area. This restaurants charm makes it a really nice place to go with family or friends!
In short if you enjoy traditional dishes, which are well executed, using fresh, quality produce then you should give WAX a go. The only downside, we found the price of the aperitifs a little bit high and there aren’t many parking spaces.