Sazanka is a teppanyaki restaurant, which means that you sit around a very hot plate with up to ten people, while one chef prepares your food at the plate. You have a choice between some set menus which start at around EUR 85 and a la carte dining.
The food is of excellent quality and the chefs put a lot of effort into the cooking process and presentation. The staff here is friendly and ready to offer advice on menus and wine. The restaurant has a good wine selection, although you do pay for the quality they offer.
I was there with my partner, which meant that we were sharing the table with other diners. Usually, this means that at some point during the evening you will socialise with your direct neigbours, but you don't have to. This set-up also means that it is a very good restaurant to take your clients for (an expensive) business dinner.
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