Set in a former Asian restaurants, the owners have created a truly magical atmosphere through use of colours, decoration, artifacts and furniture (if you are lucky, the manager might take you on a walk through the premises, showing the magical collection and telling you all the stories behind it). We were assigned a table in a cosy, private alcove, with rococo furniture said to origin from the Red Room that August Strindberg used to frequent. Between starters and main course, one of the magicians gave us a private show with cards, rubber bands and coins. The food itself was surprisingly good, albeit a small menu, there was something for everyones taste. The seafood package is highly recommended! To me, a quality marker in a restaurant is their ability to accommodate all my requests for allergen free food, which they did very well. After our meal, we witnessed two magical performances and left the restaurant well-fed, happy and puzzled by how they did all those magical tricks.