I ate with my wife and adult daughter.
The restaurant is a beautiful space (or series of spaces). Our table was private without being secluded, so that there was a real sense of atmosphere. The comfort and elegance of the fittings were 1st rate.
The staff were courteous and knowledgeable, with excellent English. They were warm without being over-effusive, and always helpful.
When I booked, we were asked to indicate any food allergies or problems. As soon as we were sat down and given glasses of Cava (love the idea of the bottomless bottle of Cava!), the waiter went over the menu with us to confirm what they had been told, and to indicate how our problems could be met. None of this "I am the chef, and you will eat what I say" nonsense.
The dishes started to arrive: first, the trip around the world. That was amazing and almost a meal in itself! The actual listed course then started. Each was amazing: a celebration of the ingredients, where the art was to enhance rather than override or hide the flavours of the fish or vegetable etc.
We had matched wines, and the choices were faultless, really enhancing the flavour of the dish.
The meal concluded, after 4 hours or so, with a visit to the kitchen, which was fascinating.
I cannot imagine a better dining experience, and in those terms, the price was reasonable indeed. We have paid more elsewhere for far less exciting food.
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