I was taken here by two friends and they managed to squeeze us in at six because they were completely booked for the later seatings. The restaurant is by the canal and I found it quite charming. Service was leisurely--we spent 3 1/2 hours there, but the food was excellent. I had sea scallops with white chocolate and pistachios to start, followed by springbok with a dark chocolate sauce and tarte tartin with pear sorbet as a dessert. Absolutely delicious, although the accompanying french fries were a little strange. The accompanying wines were good but not outstanding.
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