Le Musée serves a fusion style food based on Hokkaido ingredients. There are some interesting dishes like an oyster under dry ice to simulate the natural environment of the shellfish. A lot of the dishes utilize foam or infusion or other modern techniques. That makes for some very good looking dishes that also caught my attention on the homepage of the restaurant. Unfortunately, the taste is not as great as the imagery. The duck with a dot of onion and mashed pumpkin and a bit of wasabi leaves and a soy and honey sauce was beautiful, but the combination of taste was not a revelation at all. It seemed inconherent and uninspired. Other dishes were better. A colourful root vegetable dish with a sauce based on shakebushi was good. All in all, the food was all right at the price of 7000 yen for a lunch. However, the service we experienced that day was horrible. First of all, our server did not explain everything on our dish. We had to ask about some components on the dish. And during another dish, we had to clarify with another server what was actually in the dish. The worst part was when we wanted to pay our bill. We wanted to pay by credit card. It took forever. The first ten minutes without any explanation at all. We tried another card. It turned out something was wrong with their machine. It took about 30 minutes in all. During this time, they did not offer any coffee or tea or anything as compensation as we waited. They did not even pour water into our empty glasses. This is not the service I expect at a restaurant at this level. You might have a different experience if you get the better waiter and if they can actually get their credit card machine to work that day. But for us, it went from OK to bad because of the service that day. Sapporo has many other restaurants that serve better food and provide much better service at this price range. Go to one of those restaurants instead of this place.