The location is pretty nice, it's not on a main street, but not too far from one either. There is a small area for "outdoor" tables, a larger area for drinks in the middle and the main part for eating at back. There's also a room upstairs for groups.
The rose wine for appetizer was pleasantly mixed, but the first bottle of red wine wasn't exactly the best choice. Later we got another one, which is was far better. The appetizer itself was a delight, a nice mixture of several tastes, that indeed made you want to eat more! The food was pretty good, but the steak was too rare to my taste, even though I said I want it very well done. The sauce made up for it, though. The very best thing by far was nevertheless the dessert. A skillfully made chocolate muffin with chocolate sauce inside. It wasn't too hot to burn the tounge, but warm enough to melt enjoyably in the mouth. It was a beatiful thing.
The decoration was smoothing and enjoyable, but the furnitare were rather old and made noises. There was only one bathroom unit, and it was down stairs, which was not very convinient. The staff were pretty good.
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