The restaurant is located inside a beautiful residence-turned-hotel of 5-star calibre surrounded by a large landscaped garden. If you're driving, you enter through an extremely narrow passage (unmarked from the outside) and main gate which the hotel concierge opens automatically. The likelihood is that you'll miss the entrance first time. It's fine dining serviced by well trained waiters and sommelier. My advice is to go for one of the three 'degustation' menus. We felt hungry so we went for the seven-course more expensive eur80 option. The wine list is pretty extensive and caters for all likes and pocket. The food is expertly prepared but it just misses that grade, that inventive magic, in my opinion, that justifies its Michelin star. So my judgement is that although the service is very good, the atmosphere elegant and romantic and the food good, the entire experience does not justify the ultimate price we paid.
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