We visited Dock's Cafe on a Tuesday evening - without a reservation ... obviously not such a good idea! But we were lucky and got one of the last available tables.
Several large groups of business folks were dining there, but we got a table in the back, close to the kitchen - which I found very interesting because a kitchen and how work is done there says quite a bit about the restaurant. Even though the restaurant was obviously fully booked, they set for parties of two a table with 4 places ... that leaves enough space and privacy even in a full restaurant. The interior decoration is incredible, one feels like being transferred into a story from Jules Verne.
We started of with a platter of raw oysters and a platter of north sea shrimps and mollusks. Everything was fresh and very delicious! After that we continued with fish filets with leek and chantarelles mushrooms, again delicious. The recommended wine for the fish was a Grüner Veltliner from Austria which fits wonderfully into the - interesting - combination of fish, mushrooms and leek.
The service was a bit on the "reserved" side, maybe because of us speaking english, maybe because of a very busy evening. But we'll be back and don't forget to place a reservation!
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