Many reviews are spot on. A remote dump of an area, a welcoming barn like building, a warm congenial greeting, an interesting menu well prepared, well balanced and for the quality, reasonably priced. The wine is truly awful and presented with all the passion of a religious zealot. If you like heavily oxidized, frankly corked wine with a lingering unpleasant aftertaste that confuses the food, be my guest. All in all I wouldn't travel the world to try it , not like Noma! Now there is a place that deserves all it's accolades. What price on the stupendous!
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