We took the Chef's table with friends and had a 10-course tasting menu. All-in (incl. aperitifs, wine, water, teas/coffees etc.) it is set at 275,- euros which is a bit much for what it is.
The dishes are OK to very good but it did take a long time (1930-0130) for the whole performance which just felt a little too long. personally, if i went back I'd choose a la carte in the restaurant as some of the dishes were indeed very good but I'd make my own choice of wine. The wines were chosen to match the dishes but that only really worked if you took both simultaneously (some dishes were really just one mouthful).
Service was OK - a dedicated waiter assisted by kitchen staff for some courses - and you are free to talk to the staff and, of course, the chef, Mario Ridder.
I can appreciate the skill, the effort, the combinations, the choice of matching wines. And yet... It just didn't quite gel. We had a good time but it didn't feel that special. Sorry for those who disagree below that I can't share your enthusiasm but it just missed something. Locally, I prefer Mazie in The Hague (which has 4-6 course menus) and wonder whether it's the 10-course format which is just not right - another reason to return for maybe a tighter meal? I've had tasting meals in other Michelin-starred restaurants which do work so it's not the format per se.
Lastly, at least two dishes had foie gras. I eat meat and, I suppose, I could have said no foie gras in advance, but I'm a little surprised that good restaurants do still serve it. Not only unethical but more than a bit passé.
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