I had high hopes for our visit: the menu was interesting and the reputation was good. We arrived early and were easily seated before the evening rush. The staff were pleasant and reasonably efficient (though they weren't over-busy at that time). The bread is baked on the premises and was outstanding. By contrast, the food was OK, but not outstanding. The rabbit was rather dry and tasteless - quite disappointing. Cooking rabbit is an art that they didn't master on this occasion. Other dishes were adequate to good, but expectations were not met. The wine was disappointing and over-priced. If I visit again I will stick with water or beer. The major downside was the noise. The interior, although pleasantly unusual to the eye, made it very loud when the restaurant filled up. Not a place for quiet conversation and reflective dining.
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