Good looking restaurant, but it's the food that does the talking. My shrimp starter (prawn cocktail, but not as we know it) and monk fish main course were to die for, but Madam's steak really was as good as it gets. You don't get to choose how it's cooked: they cook it and they cook it right. I'm no great fan of souffle, but I do like Gran Marnier and as it was a "chef special" I chose it and was very pleased that I did.
The nice thing as well was that they gave us time to linger and enjoy. Service wasn't slow, but it certainly wasn't rushed and for us they pulled off that rare trick of producing food just when we wanted it.
Eat as expensively as you can afford, but if in doubt I would recommend the 49 Euro menu that I think strikes a good balance between choice and price.
Go there: it's good.
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