Our first visited to l'Eloge. It's also surprising, in so many ways. Rist something about the location. The first impression is 'wow where am I' . It's a complete different concept. The restaurant is in the winecellar and has got a very specific interior. The tables are all in a modern 'bedouin tent' (I think that's the best description) . In L'Eloge the vast space is divided by gauzy curtains, creating cubicles.
The food is very good and the wine list is perfect. The only dissapointing thing for this restaurant is that you can't have lunch / dinner outside.
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