Service staff greeting you on the street and leading you into the restaurant adds a regal touch. The highlight of our experience here was the service. Staff were always attentive, smiley and pleasant. The menu description was very simple, nothing really jumped out of the page for me so we went with the 9-course tasting option. While the first 2-3 courses had very delicate flavors, the next 2 were over-salted and confused. Particularly the partridge with radish , accompanied by a wad of super-salty bacon that did not belong. Also, they left the inedible foot of the animal on, which is unsightly for plating. As my husband sums it up: courses taste nice, but not memorable. For a restaurant of this repertoire, I expect top-notch everything, and I do not forgive lack in judgement for flavor. While other restaurants try to innovate, create and explore new flavor profiles, this one seems to be happy to be stuck in a bubble of 1980s fine dining. We've come a long way in gastronomy and this is not the markings of a leader of industry.
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