Were recommended to visit this place, had to reserve for the second day of our stay as this is a small restaurant and everything is planned in meticulous detail. For example where everyone is to sit, how the little drawers of cutlery etc are arranged, exactly how the dishes are put together. I have not eaten at a communal table since school and that is one of the downsides - we got talking to our neighbours but then couldn't get them to leave us alone. Another time would try to book one of the side tables so can concentrate on my partner and of course the food, which was really good. They had an excellent selection of wines and it is much more interesting to pick a different one for each course than to buy one bottle. As others have said, prices are not for the faint-hearted but neither were they in other restaurants nearby. So really liked the food and wine but not convinced about the long table concept.
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