NO. I can't afford the eats at places like "NEXT". Those pics are from a wine-geek friend who can.
The dishes included: a brioche slice filled with foie, topped with a fig jam quenelle (middle of pic 1), a quenelle of the essence of pork, on a tiny thick saltine cracker (rt. and l sides of pic 1 and pic 3), a slice of mackerel on a lightly poached quail egg (pic 4), mushroom paté of the deities wrapped in leek (pics 3 +4), turtle consomme (pic 5), Filet de Sole Daumont: a roulade of sole stuffed with crayfish mousse, along with a crayfish shell stuffed with the same mousse, and a crayfish creme brulee base (pic 6), Supremes de Poussin: cylinders of chicken mousse inside a cucumber, wrapped with a thin blanket of pork belly and a parallelogram of sous vide breast enrobed with a foie gras emulsion (pic 7), Caneton Rouenais a la Presse (duck): sous vide breast, roasted/seared with confit legs and thighs accompanied by a sauce made from the remainder of the whole duck's pressed juices (pic 8), Gratin de Pomme Terre a la Dauphinoise (pic 9), Salade Irma: a single flower over friseé and baby asparagus tips, in a grapeseed oil/lemon/white vinegar emulsion (pics 10 and 11), Bombe Ceylan (pics 12 and 13), pistachio nougat cylinders dusted with a fine cocoa, beet gelee half domes with a coating of fine granulated sugar and a salt caramels (pic 14). I'm not sure what was in the eggshells of pic 2 (sorry).