After a friend presented this place as absolutely fantastic, we tried it one evening. We were six and therefore had to sit at a table at the back of the restaurant instead of around the bar where the chef cooks in front of the guests.
Overall the food is nice, and I particularly liked the foie gras sushi. But the rest featured tiny quantities, with good but ordinary tastes. If a cook wants to make small portions, he must offer amazing tastes: see Diverxo in Madrid for a perfect example.
I won't go again.
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