No Rush Required
Plan to eat late for dinner in a French cuisine restaurant, as the typical French restaurant does not start serving patrons until 8:30 p.m.
A Heads-Up About Fish
The French generally prepare fish with the entire head intact. When eating fish in a French restaurant, you usually will be required to fillet it yourself. Fortunately, your server will give you a special knife to remove the skin.
When in France, you probably will not be able to order ranch dressing and the like for your salad, as the French prefer vinaigrette made with vegetable oil, mustard, garlic and red wine vinegar. Generally, the dressing is not poured on the salad, rather, it is mixed from the bottom of the bowl.
It is our sole desire that everything that arrives at your table at 1188 glees you. To ensure that French cuisine experience, we use only the finest, freshest ingredients, and prepare them artfully and passionately in recipes designed to engage all of your senses.