We chose the daily 3 course-menu with wine package - cod with fried "bacalhau", roasted breast of duck including puree of sweet potato and cauliflower and a strawberry tart for dessert. The appetizers with gazpacho, raw salmon with avocado puree and foie gras tasted very good. The wines that was served was a prosecco as an aperitif, one nice dry Riesling from the Pfalz in Germany to the cod, a quite powerful and oaky red from southern Spain - a "vino de la tierra de Cadiz" to the duck - and a moscato d'asti for dessert. Everything tasted "clean and nice" but with no wow factor. Service was efficient and without mistakes, but the personal touch was missing. All in all a nice experience but it did lack a bit to deserve a top mark this evening. But we will try it again.
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