This is a sweet place but totally let down by a number of factors: let me start with the positive: the food was not bad. I had a fresh asparagus and poached egg dish, which was well appointed, and a ricotta and aubergine filled cannelloni which however, did not taste at all of aubergine. But this is something one can forgive. My friend had the same pasta and roasted poussin which apparently was good.
Unfortunately, we were never quite forgiven for asking to have my asparagus and my friend's pasta at the same time. The menu, we were informed, goes asparagus first, pasta second, meat last. Fine, but then we will end up having one dish each alone. That does not make much of a shared evening, does it? The kitchen is too small, our waitress says. I will ask but what if we cannot do it? (What does that mean?! Why are you asking me?) I said that it would not be ideal but do ask and let us know. By then she was getting visibly irritated, and so were we. She comes back 15' later, after having been to some EU summit or something, and says, ok, we will do it this time (carry on like this, and there will be no other time..) but you have to know they are angry with me. Please, dear reader, think with me at this point: should we get up and leave? We felt like schoolboys being let off. Yet, we remained and I then asked the wrong question: are your chefs italian or Danish? She got angry and said, danish but this does not make any difference! Well, strangely honey, it does. And this is why they insisted on their bizarre understanding of an italian menu (I am half italian) and why, as she said, "it is about the principle". No. When you have a restaurant, however much you consider it "your baby" (she said that too), it is not about the principle. It is about your customer. Hav' en god dag!
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