This restaurant is really worthy of its Michelin star. It has a modern, but cosy interior, with colorful paintings, spheric lights, and comfortable seating. The service is excellent, and the Chef is personal, and warm hearted. On our first visit we brought a cousin, age 15, who wanted to take a peek at the kitchen. The Chef hospitably invited us to have a look. It was small, but open, so we could see almost everything. It was very tidy, and the young team was working in an orderly fashion. The food was presented in a Michelin star way, every dish presented like a piece of art. It was very delicate, molecular style cooking, however, this Chef understood that, to keep in touch with reality, each dish was created with a mix of molecular taste versions of ingredients as well as an original version of the ingredients. E.g. you did not only taste a mousse of pumpkin, but a well cooked bit of pumpkin as well. In this way you not only have tastes of certain ingredients, but the real texture as well, something that is not realized in many Michelin Star restaurants. The deserts were unforgettable! We have recently returned for our wedding anniversary, and will return many more times for sure.
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