The food was good but the service ruined it completely. The waiter kept interrupting and went the extra mile to make the good, yet not quite special food sound like it was retrieved from the behind of the queen of England. Although very few people were present during our stay, the chef insisted on making it a problem for us to choose a la carte, which immediately brought an uncomfortable atmosphere with it. It didn't feel like we were guests, but rather there to be schooled on the many 'rare' ingredients present in the food served infront of us.
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