First off, I think the food was very good, but small portions. I was still hungry when I left the place. The service was good, but not a great wine by the glass choice. The one thing I remember is that everything on the menu started around €30 and up, and when you leave the place still hungry, that's not good. Also, if you're used to the US habatchi style restaurants, this isn't the place. No tricks with any of the food, no flipping the eggs, no onion volcano. For those who have been in the states, you know what I mean. That being said, the food was very tasty, and for the little I had, it was all very good.
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