The Robuchon Chateau consists of several parts including the more casual restaurant "LA TABLE de Joel Robuchon", the private dining "Salon", the "Rouge Bar", the bakery/patisserie "La Boutique" and the fancier "Joel Robuchon Restaurant" which is the one I'm going to write about in this review.Every visit here proved to be impressive both in presentation AND taste (in other words, typically Robuchon). Pictured are only SOME of the dishes in ONE lunch sitting - ARGH to the skint 8 photo limit! Anyhow, a favourite dish of mine was the lobster in fried egg with eringi mushrooms, parma ham and cheese. Lobster oil was squeezed into the fried egg before consumption - one of those mundane things that SOMEHOW manages to make a meal more amusing. Unlike the signature L'oursin (sea urchin) appetizer however, you cannot order this dish any time you like because most dishes from the tasting menus are changed regularly. I was also pleased with the mushroom soup- being a mushroom soup fan I like my mushroom soup VERY mushroom-y - and the soup here was exactly the way I wanted it to be. In comparison with the Robuchon in Macau, I'd definitely say that I prefer this one.Also, upon leaving the restaurant ladies receive a delicious bag of bread to take home! You all know Robuchon does great bread. The service was also immaculate - happy happy happy.