Overlooking the tranquil waters of the Currituck Sound, sits this elegant four -diamond restaurant that caters to a “sophisticated palate.” At the same time, The Left Bank is a place where you should find plenty of SOAL.
SOAL stands for Sustainable, Organic, Artisanal and Local ingredients - a fancy way of saying the food is made from scratch with the best organic and local ingredients available.
Sustainable is a really big deal to Chef Travis Lee Robinson, as it is becoming again to so many in our society today. Robinson’s dedication to using local ingredients is reflected in his constantly changing ala carte menu that seeks harmony with the seasons and in other ways defines him as an artisan.
Another sol has to do with the most gorgeous sunsets on the eastern seaboard, which the restaurant takes full advantage of with its floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing unobstructed, panoramic views.
Not just dining, but an “experience” highlighted by “multi-course tasting menus with or without paired wines,” is one way Left Bank sees its service. Having won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence multiple times, Left Bank invites patrons to “peruse” its “ever changing” list.
With all its awards, its French-inspired American culinary cuisine and its exquisite, intimate 60-seat dining room, showcasing custom North Carolina millwork, Left Bank is a statement for fine dining. And yet the essence of its elegance may lie in its commitment to sustainability and organics, which reflects a respect for the earth, the environment and the well being of its patrons.
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