We went for the tasting menu as it gives you a great variety and takes the hassle out of ordering. The food was just art on a plate. The tastes were fantastic, the service great without being too pretentious and wine was excellent, best Pinot Noir I found in Spain.
yes the food is bloody expensive but you know that before you go.
The monkfish and Hake were both great as was the big truffle dessert.
I have probably had better meals in Australia but it was still great.
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