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Mille Fleurs Restaurant Review: Mille Fleurs continues to impress by serving farm-fresh cuisine alongside a topnotch collection of wines. Located a mere mile from famed Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe, Mille Fleurs employs those and other fine ingredients as chef Martin Woesle prepares such dishes as lobster soup with Cognac; antelope loin with huckleberries and hazelnut spätzle; and rainbow trout “Meunière” with green asparagus and potatoes. Service is suave and professional, while the atmosphere is formal but not overly stiff. A casual bistro menu is also available reflecting Mille Fleurs shift to a more relaxed style of fine dining. Long frequented primarily by an older, horsey set, Mille Fleurs has also gained popularity with younger foodies and folks outside of Rancho Santa Fe.