JG for dinner for the non-seafood eater
I can't eat fish or seafood. JG has been pretty accommodating for lunch but I was wondering how dinner would be. How is their menu arranged? Is it like lunch? Is it daily? Can you make requests? Amount of courses? Do they have a truffle course?
Is dinner worth it there if you can't eat fish and seafood?
Is there a wine pairing?
What's the general atmosphere like? What should i expect? How long does the meal take?
Like I said, I've eaten lunch there dozens of times, but never dinner.
I think the menu does not change (much?) between lunch and dinner - though it costs like 3 times as much.
At dinner, there are two 6-course tasting menus. Neither would work for you since both contain quite a number of fish and seafood dishes. However, the 3-course prix-fixe should not pose a problem because you get to choose from that menu. True, there is an over-abundance of fish and seafood dishes on the apps menu, but there are a few other options. When it comes to the main course, you have plenty of non-fish/seafood things to choose from -- duck, rabbit, lamb, squab, and beef.
The food's excellent, so why would dinner not be worth it?
You can certainly pair your wines. In fact, I don't drink and that's usually what my husband does wherever we dine.
The atmosphere in the evening is low-key and civilized.
A well-paced 3-course meal served to two diners should take about 2 hours.