This restaurant was recommended by the hotel concierge worker, promising a fantastic culinary experience. so we did make reservation and took a long walk from our hotel to find it, we had to ask a few people where is it exactly, its a hidden place, and quit frankly a bit spooky to look for in the dark. I have to say that i never had a 3 hours dinner before, now i know the French like to take their time in eating and drinking wine, but between changing cutlery 8 times (we counted) and serving 8 miniature courses, 3 hours went by and we were exhausted. We are from NYC and we are used to dine in Great restaurants, we where not impressed at all, the food was average, we found it too mild for our taste buds, my fish course was came in 2 small courses, the first was swimming in tasteless broth and the second was made with some fried vegetables that were too salty and dried, the courses had a beautiful presentation but they did not deliver bolder interesting flavors, the dessert from mexican chocolate and ice cream looked amazing but was nothing to brag about, for 165 euros without wine we expected a more professional deliverance and more memorable to our palate, i think they need to cut down on the courses and cutlery and concentrate on creating better flavors and and less costly menus.
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