You absolutely need a reservation. There are only 6-7 tables, all were reserved when we came in (on a Saturday night). There is only one seating per table per night.
The appetizers were wonderful - my husband had the smoked scallops and I had the haddock seviche with crab. It was delicious, though a bit too much oil for my taste. (The bread basket had a good selection of Scandinavian soft and crispy breads and came with a nice container of yoghurt with herbs.) The entrees were just average. We both had the halibut roll (with spinach inside I think) - the fish was a bit overcooked and bland tasting. It came on a bed of carrots and onions and was accompanied by two scoops of mashed potato and lingonberry-mustard sauce.
We did not have room for dessert, but several people around us ordered a variety and all looked amazing and beautifully presented.
Service was friendly but very, very, very slow.
I would get an appetizer for my main course instead of an entree - more flavor/more interesting selection.
Very close to the Grand Place - convenient/central.
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