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La Table du Lancaster Restaurant Review: This offshoot of Michel Troisgros, who owns a top restaurant not far from Lyon in Roanne, is situated in the Hôtel Lancaster, located on a side street just off the Champs-Elysées. In summer, don’t miss the quiet courtyard, enlivened by the rustling of leaves. It’s quite amusing the way dishes are presented on the menu --- by taste sensations: zesty for lemon and citrus fruits, green for vegetables, pungent for condiments, sour for dairy products, and so on. Julien Roucheteau, in tandem with Troisgros, delivers sophisticated and light courses, crafted with top-quality products. Expect to be delighted by treats such as the oysters in a watercress and horseradish jelly, the fried frogs’ thighs in a parsley and Parmesan sauce, the poached turbot in a Sancerre wine sauce and the veal chop seasoned with yuzu kosho, a Japanese citrus fruit. Desserts combine many flavors, like the chocolate and mint soufflé with an orange granité. To match this fare, there’s an exhaustive wine list and discreet yet efficient service.