Make your reservation in advance. When you get there you will get a brief explanation how everything is arranged, there is a menu on the wall, so you need to decide what you will order. There is also a surprise menu, which consist of 3 courses. I would say it is more interesting experience not to know what you are eating. The most difficult was to guess the dessert.
The food is good, but nothing extraordinary. You definitely shouldn't come to this restaurant for the food, but rather for the experience. It is truly worth it!
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