The restaurant location is in a corner historic building were no signs are allowed. Inside, the restaurant's decor and lighting are just perfect. There are three prix fixe dinner options printed on edible paper. After you order, a nice creamy peanut sauce is presented so you can eat your menu. At that point you now you are in for a treat. We chose the middle prix fixe option which comprises of twelve dishes including appetizers and desserts. My favorites were the fried soft shell crabs, three small crabs that tasted amazing and were beautifully presented; another favorite was the egg-inside-pastry with pancetta; the lubina fish and lamb dishes were perfectly cooked. The menu is inventive and the waiter did a great job presenting and explaining each dish. At the end, Meri Marte, the Dominican-born chef that took over this restaurant in 2013, came to our table. A very nice touch to cap a memorable night. Assume €150 pp.
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