Mille Fleurs Review
From its location in the heart of wealthy, horsey Rancho Santa Fe to the warm Gallic welcome extended by proprietor Bertrand Hug and the talents of chef Martin Woesle, Mille Fleurs is a winner. The quiet dining rooms are decorated like a French villa. Menus are written daily to reflect the market and Woesle's mood, so you'll find some interesting seasonal choices, such as antelope with peppercorn-cacao sauce, hazelnut spätzle, and roasted pear. Other selections include a duck salad done three ways (confit, prosciutto, and foie gras) or Maine lobster risotto with saffron with a light sorrel–champagne sauce. Finish the evening with a decadent dessert.
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