you can get such nice food in many restaurants for one third of the Librije prices albeit possibly without certain fancy details and the stiffness that comes with multiple Michelin stars dining. Personally I would also prefer to be served by maximum of two waitresses rather than to have 6 or 7 people approaching all the time - one refilling glasses, one checking whether wine was ok, one serving food, one clearing table etc etc. Even the chef himself appeared at our table at some point although he didn´t explain anything about the food so it was fairly pointless. What we really didn´t like was that we ordered Prosecco and instead were served some English sparkling wine which didn´t taste anything like Prosecco. The girl who brought it didn´t even check whether we were fine with the alternative and we weren´t offered to taste either. We did send one of the glasses back and they didn´t charge for it so that wasn´t a huge problem but we were really surprised that it was forced on us in such a way. This doesn´t happen even in the most casual restaurants. In overall it was a very interesting experience but I doubt I would need to go there again, especially considering the price. By the way wine was rather average.
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