L’Amitie is one of the first boutique French restaurant in Korea and offers classic French cuisine that is prepared with finest ingredients sourced from the country along with traditional French recipes. The restaurant is not as big as other restaurants and you can see the Chef personally attending to each and every guest and takes all orders by himself.
The restaurant is renowned for its special foie gras and other traditional French cuisine that is changed everyday based on the ingredients available on that particular day. Headed by Chef Jang Myoung Sik, a renowned Chef in French Cuisine in Seoul, every dish is prepared with highest standards and using local ingredients. There are only private dining rooms available at the restaurant and hence reservation is mandatory to book your seat at the 20 seat French restaurant.
The restaurant doesn’t boast a cozy atmosphere as it comes with a simple interior as the Chef wants to keep it pretty much simple. Even the plates are plain and simple without any decoration and there is also no candles or flower arrangements in the restaurant as the Chef explains as these form a kind of interruptions while he is cooking on the menu.
Apart from the simple presentation of the restaurant, the Chef takes much care in the presentation of each and every dish as he considers it is the presentation of the dish that makes the customers to become more interested to have it. Cooking is all about timing and presentation, he continues that some of the main dishes in his regular menu are fish, meat along with other French provincial dishes. Even though the restaurant is small with just 20-seats, the food is quite outstanding in a simple but elegant interior.