The place is nice, cozy, but can get loud. The service is good, but ordering is slow, as you have to wait for the Chef to visit your table and talk to you about what you wouldn't like to have. Yes, no menus, so you tell the Chef about any allergies, etc., and he give you three main course options (rabbit, meat, fish, for us). They then slowly deliver six courses. As I looked around, the courses were pretty much the same, salmon carpaccio, risotto, lobster ravioli, and the our main course. It was on the expensive side for the ace. The food was avwlerage.
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