Although it was quiet for a Friday night we got the full service, friendly and efficient.
The chef served the plates himself with detailed descriptions of the food he had prepared. A surprising succession of well executed dishes with fish as main ingredient, clearly influenced by the 'new Spanish' kitchen; lots of foams and mousses, fresh accents of fruit and citrus.
We chose for a wine-arrangement with the menu and were pleasantly surprised by the outstanding taste of every glass of wine combined with the food. The red wine served with plaice with melted gruyere was daring but an eye-opener.
Another benefit of this restaurant is it's attractively priced menu. Certainly not too expensive for the quality and level of our experience.
A classic Amsterdam up-market restaurant, which still aims for high quality and impeccable service.
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