Housed in a two-story glass cube-like structure that juts out from Vida Hotel's downtown outpost, La Serre scores high in style. But make no mistake—it's the food that is the undisputed star.
Chef Izu Ani — who earned his fame at top Michelin-starred restaurants like London's The Square and La Bastide Saint Antoine in the South of France —dishes out an ambitious French-Mediterranean menu to an ever-eager crowd. In the downstairs Boulangerie, he serves truffle scrambled eggs and fresh baked breads for breakfast, and Provencal-style ratatouille topped with feta and whole-baked Camembert with country bread for lunch and dinner. Upstairs in the Bistro, it's a more formal affair, with plates of crab and prawn croquettes, grilled courgettes with truffle potato mousseline, and whole fillets of sea bream baked en papillote, all served in a white-on-white dining room.