The best wine cellar I have ever been to. This was the most expensive restaurant we have ever eaten at and probably the least worth it. We came here in 2008 and yes unfortunately it took me a while to write this review but I do want to give my 2 cents.
The service was impeccable unfortunately the food was just ok. I believe we had 12 dishes that evening and a lot of dessert. At that time this restaurant was actually a 3 star michellin and I am not surprise it is just now a 2 star. Portion were to big for the amount of food we were tasting, i shouldnt complain about this but by the time we had our 7th dish I was really having a tough time moving on with dinner. We had to take a 30 minute break ... then continue on.
Although the food was a disappointment, the fact that they allowed us to view their wine cellar and for me to see wines that are never ever seen was a big treat for me. I even got to take a picture with the champagne bottle that the italy soccer team drank after their world soccer win in 2006.
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