The view is exquisite, the environment is magnificent, and the decoration is consistent with the surroundings. The amuse bouche whets our appetite and sets the tone: a Jerusalem artichoke soup with zaatar. However, the tomato and anchovy salad does not live up to expectations: we can’t find the aioli and the croutons are not crunchy. The Jackson’s chicken and kadaif nuts is very original and interestingly presented, evoking one of Jackson Pollock’s paintings with its yellow (aioli), purple (spicy ketchup), and green (chipotle chilli) sauces. The dark chocolate tarts are saved from banality by the excellent vanilla ice cream. This is a very elegant place in a superb museum.