Nearly three years after opening on the west side, Eatt Gourmet Bistro unveils an all-new look that reflects the high-end healthy cuisine within the restaurant.
Executive chef Yuri Szarzewski, who spent two years working at the two Michelin star restaurant L’Oustau de Baumanière at Les Baux de Provence; manager Nicolas Kalpokdjian, who worked with more than 30 chefs in China, Hong Kong, France, and Brazil; and pastry chef Vincent Pellerin, who earned his master pastry chef degree in a two Michelin star restaurant in the South of France Oustau de Baumanière revamped the space.
New design details include a bar, which replaces counter display cases at the back of the restaurant that once held desserts. New chic chandeliers hang from the ceiling, which was painted black, and fluorescent lights now have a sheer wooden cover to mute the bluish hue. A row of high-top tables was replaced with banquette seating. Outside now has a patio as well.
The restaurant features a seasonal menu that features gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, organic, or vegan dishes. The trio also has the French restaurant Partage in Chinatown.