I visited this restaurant for a business lunch with colleagues. I am not Jewish myself so was unfamiliar with the Kosher Menu. However, the Flanken main course was rich and delicious, and the right portion size for lunch.
For dessert I ordered the Apfelschalet, a sort of apple strudel, with a cassis sorbet, which was light and refreshing and whilst I don't usually care for sorbet, this was the nicest I'd ever had.
The staff were friendly and attentive without being intrusive.
The atmosphere was fresh and relaxed while the cuisine is markedly high end.
I would use this again for future working lunches, with either Jewish or non Jewish clients and highly recommend it.
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