We were surprised not to find this restaurant already listed on tripadvisor after two very nice meals here recently.
We thought the cuisine here to be inventive and full of flavour. Each course is driven by a main ingredient, around which the chef creates three small dishes. The lobster starter was consistently delicious, although the scallop trio sometimes overpowered by its accompaniments. The game main courses were excellently prepared both times, while the halibut cheeks as part of the trio of fish was surprising and very tasty.
The atmosphere is warm, quiet and very food-focused and the wine list reasonable, although a little disappointing on the price value side.
Minus-points: The perfect service of our first visit was sadly dampened on our 2nd visit by an extraordinarily loud waiter who did, however, provide some amusement with the scene he made about tips. The prices do vary widely between dishes (and therefore between table d'hotes, which cost $22 more than whichever main course you select), and depending on which exact dishes, offer more or less value for money.
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