Only goodness can be created with the fusion of the world's best heritage cuisines. Make sure you try the outstanding cocktails made with the freshest ingredients and don't be afraid by the combination with chilies as they are very well balanced. I personally recommend the roasted tomato soup with goat cheese and the perfectly seared tuna with cilantro pesto a dry fruits couscous. The entrecôte is also flawlessly cooked, tender and tasty, plus its served with a square of butter on top that melts while you work through the meat. Regarding dessert, the apple tart wast very humble, but the Belgian chocolate fondant with dulce de leche center and the lavender - chamomile tea was a splendid ending to the meal. All in all, food, drinks, service, atmosphere and décor create an enjoyable experience for any occasion.
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