Either go with a friend or take a good book, because this restaurant offers nothing to look at, and a spartan interior... a bit too spartan for my liking, and yours and your neighbours' conversations carry too easily.
Now the good news: the enforced sensory deprivation lets you focus on the FOOD...which is of course great...delicious and healthy, creative and beautifully plated.
The set lunch was novel and tasty: prefectly cooked chicken (crispy skin yet succulent inside) with a herbed nut & pulse-based salad. My friend had tuna which was good but portion size left him a bit hungry.
For a change in style this is a great place to try and will become a regular for me.
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