Unfortunately, due to my beach body commitment, all I could do was stare at them and cry inside.
For us, it was all about the salads. The best thing is being able to try a little of them all. They have to weigh your plate/box after each piece of different salad you add on to calculate the correct price, which was probably annoying for the staff as Ming and I would fish out pieces of asparagus from a salad to add which they would then have to re-weigh, but they were lovely about it.
The green lentil salad was my favourite.
How good does this teriyaki salmon look?!
They also do fresh juices which makes the meal an all-rounded health feast.
Apart from what’s on display, there is also a normal à la carte menu which makes your life twice as difficult. L’eto had a little preview of their breakfast menu by the entrance, and the waiter saw I was looking at this in such admiration that he went and got the breakfast menu for me. It. Looked. Incredible. Breakfast is by far my favourite meal of the day, closely followed by afternoon tea. I am now desperate to come back for my apple pancakes or egg white omelette and am waiting to find someone to drag along with me. I’m sure once I send the menu to a few people I won’t have to look very far.