So - read the various reviews on here and found them difficult to reconcile. Upon visiting, because of a mix-up over our reservation, we were seated in the soulless, disappointing downstairs area where the service was surly at best and only the sushi was served. Upon complaining, we were given the table we had reserved, upstairs, in the teppenyaki restaurant. Much warmer service, more atmosphere and theatre in the form of 2 teppenyaki kitchens open to the floor of the restaurant.
Food was pretty good - would make the upper mid-market in London. You're paying a 100% premium for it being in the Alps, but the fish is reasonably fresh and the cooking method well executed. No 'wow' factor but pretty good nonetheless. Decent wine list.
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