We celebrated the new year with colleagues with a dinner at BonBon. The taxi ride to the place acts as a nice transition from everyday to festivity and the ambiance of the restaurant is original. We had a 5 course menu: starting with scallop carpaccio, some plate in obscure format with avocado, a foundueish veal carbonnade served inside a bone, lamb with an African peanut crust, some beer mousse, tray of cheese and a dessert of pineapple with spices and a nicely matching peachy moscato. I had to write this down because to be blunt, out of the menu the only thing that I was able to remember was the last dessert and wine combination. In short it was parade of foams and mousses that maybe appeals more to someone with finer taste buds than mine. I have had my share of 1 and 2 star restaurants but prefer a cosy basic style with less fuss and simpler display. Anyhow in short the quality and service is impeccable, but with price for the menu pp 120,- wines 50,- cheese 17,-+ a bottle of champagne + coffees etc. I just think this adds up to too much.
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