I visited with my father. The food was divine, every element was executed with precision and skill. The starter of mushrooms was superb and the salmon and monkfish kebab served on rice surpassed even that. At the end I was tempted by a cheesecake just to see whether the pudding was just as masterful. I was not disappointed. The wine, a Malbec, could've been nicer but presumably I should've chosen better. Pricey but worth it.
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