For a diner with collegues and partners we went to Beluga. At previous occasions I was really impressed by the creative cuisine of Chef Hans van Wolde.
There was a warm welcome by an attentive and courteous staff. We were seated in a beautifull private dining room (14 pers. but could easily seat larger groups).
The amuse bouches were extremely tastefull and surprising, showing the craftsmanship of the Chef.
During the six course dinner we had tuna, a well grilled griet filet (don't know the translation of the dutch griet, a type of fish) a combo with scalop and crab, a tarte tatin with lobster and skillfuly prepared filet of lamb, al of the courses with realy tastefull small side dishes.
Desert with among others a beautifull easter egg (it was the friday before easter).
All of these dishes were very well prepared but dit not knock me off my feet in contrast to previous dinners/lunches at Beluga did. May be I have become to picky and have become accustomed to superb cuisine?
The wines arrangement was well chosen and tastefull but dit not really impress me neither.
But after all it was an excellent diner, in a very nice contemporary surrounding, very attentive and professional staff and with really tastefull food.
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