I went there for a dinner on a fine sunday evening in the Hague where most of everything was closed. We followed the trip advisor application and ended up there without any reservation before hand.
They offer menu for dinner. But we ordered a la carte. For the first course, I ordered
Slightly seared tuna fish marinated with soy sauce, sesame and poppy seeds. While my friend decided to go for seared scallops.
For main course, we had the following: Fillet of beef Rossini served with foie gras, truffle and Périgueux sauce (24.5 euros) and Rack of lamb with ratatouille and red wine rosemary sauce (24.5 euros)
The main dishes were served with potatoes which was very well cooked.
And we ordered a mix truffle ice-cream to share (8.50euros).
We didn't drink. And we ended up paying 46 euros each. But it worth every penny. The service was very good.
On another note, the bread which was served in the restaurant was freshly made. It was warm and it came with pesto butter and sth which is like a mix of olives. Very tasty.
They also offer free wifi and the waitresses speak very good english.
Worth to try if you are in The Hague.
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