Flaveur offers starred class food, but it doesn't look like a restaurant, but seems to be a catering service in a party you are a guest.
I explain: First, there is no choice. The house sugests two menus, a three course (appetizer, main, dessert) and a five course. Neither has alternatives. Some people (like myself and wife) would find five course too much, so the only option was the fish-fish menu. As in a party, it is not you, but the catering service, who decides when dishes will be served. Here it works this way: When it is time to serve a dish, the kitchen will send all, to all the tables, at the same time. Then you have to wait for the last guest to finish to have next been considered to be prepared. The big menu dictates the ritm, so guests with the 3 course one will have to wait.
We couldn't be happy when leaving, although recognising that the quality of food was excellent. Because of it I am giving three and not two balls to the house.
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