Went here for our last meal and afterwards wished we had chosen somewhere else. We had picked a table earlier in the day which was around the corner, out of the way. The atmosphere was pleasant and the service was good. The interior was a little confused between a pub and an upmarket restaurant. The starters were tasty and the house wine was drinkable. We both opted for meat fondue for the main, which in hindsight was a mistake at 26 euros each. We were served a small bowl of chips, four sauces, a salad, and a large plate of raw veal, beef, and turkey. The meat wasn't particularly good, and I think it's difficult for the meal to justify the price. After this we declined desert, and left with our wallets over 90 euros lighter. We didn't have a bad evening; we enjoyed the wine and the ambience was nice, but I think there are far better options in the city at the price being asked. As a last note, the owner was the only waiter working and became increasingly stretched as the night went on and the restuarant became busier, (judging by the food he may have also been the chef too).