It has a nice interior with lots of exciting details, like lamps made of wineglasses, a bar decorated with plates, colorful wallpapers and painting etc. This restaurant seems to be a perfect meeting place for university students and elder, as it is crowded most of the time.
I have eaten here on a number of occassions, and the food has always been excellent and the service good and friendly, but sometimes a bit slow. This time I ordered butternut squash and coconut soup which was excellent, came with a huge wild mushroom raviolo floating within. As a main course I had a roasted duck breast with blue cheese risotto and fig chutney. The duck was just perfect, outside crispy and soft inside, the risotto of the right consistency. My husband tried the goose matzo ball soup which was delightful and the steak he had was great. As a dessert we had the chocolate hazelnut cake, which was full of chocolate, a bit liquid in the middle. The wines were inexpensive and nice, we tasted the Jackfall Cabernet Franc which was nice.
Overall a good place to spend time and eat.
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