We ate here on our first night, and what a wow the location is. Beautiful building, and a gorgeous rooftop terrace. Having said that, the food seemed singularly tired and ultimately a rather underwhelming experience - the menus arrive wrapped in a ring, and that was interesting but fiddly by the time the dessert course came, and also a bit stained and ragged, which didn't fit with a restaurant that clearly has so many accolades. The food was ok but again, for example, the chicken pastille arrived, with nothing else (ie a pastie on a plate). So, go for the dining experience, ad take the food as it comes.
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