Having just been to a Michelin *** restaurant where we were treated as intruders, the welcome at this restaurant was so pleasant, from the booking to the bill.
Eating here is simple. There are basically 2 menus with no a la carte. This ensures that the kitchen is on top of the preparation, and are not fussing around the individual demands of diners. This does not mean inflexibility, they do try to comply with individual requests.
The meal was visually and tastefully amazing. Yes the servings are small, but they are so many. The dishes that remain in my memory was that perfect little egg on a round of bread , obviously cooked under careful temperature control. Then there was the sous-vide foie gras, just melt in your mouth.
Just when you think the meal has ended, there are two separate desserts.
Very careful pouring of the wine. Just matches the food serving. I hate restaurants that fill your glass as soon as a few sips have been taken.
A great place.
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