The restaurant itself is in the basement. There is little atmosphere to speak of, and the layout is inefficient.
The menu itself is wonderful (literally), beautifully presented, and offering a good, albeit limited, selection. I found the meals to be bland, and well nothing special. I ordered the pork fillet which comes with a Dijon sauce, but for the life of me, I couldn't taste the Dijon, in fact, the sauce tasted like nothing. It came with boiled vegetables (cauliflower, carrots and broccoli), which also tasted like nothing.
It's good enough if you want to stay in and eat, but there are many great restaurants in the area.
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