French restaurant Le Domain  offers a petite menu which emphasises seafood, but when combined with steakhouse Le Sauvage, which shares the same floor space, it means everyone is catered for. No effort is spared to create a superlative dining experience here, with many little touches that emphasise elegance at this French-inspired dining room. It also offers some of the best views in town from its floor-to-ceiling windows from the 34th floor. The servers are passionate and knowledgeable about their menu, which they are proud to showcase. Le Domain  also prides itself on presentation to match its food. For example, the fish en papillote arrives in a copper pan, a tinfoil dome is snipped open ceremoniously to reveal locally-sourced sea bass drenched in herbs, spices and fresh tomato sauce. As you prepare to devour your meal, a trolley of olive oil and condiments is wheeled round, and your server will suggest what will complement each dish. Considering how exceptionally low the prices are (the most expensive item is BD13), and how luxe everything is, those who overlook this dining venue are missing out.
Le Domain 
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