This is an unusual restaurant as it has two distinct features. First of all it is very tiny and cozy as it can accommodate just less than 20 persons; the setup is actually very pleasant, as the small restaurants develops behind a wide window on the street and the furniture and decorations are a good example of Scandinavian minimalism. The second and most relevant feature is that it is strictly a vegetarian restaurant. And at this point I have to issue a disclaimer: I am a non-vegetarian and I do not enjoy vegetarian menus. Therefore, this place might be great if you are vegetarian but it might become claustrophobic if you are not. Claustrophobia has nothing to do with the dimensions of the place but with the narrow choice you are left with if you are not vegetarian. The perception is that you are seen as an intruder, as the young waiter looks kindly at you with suspicion. You have only a couple non vegetarian choices which include a rabbit which I found just about right. You are also invited to follow the wine choices of the house by the glass, which is not always satisfactory. I have to report that there is a “surprise menu”, once again strictly vegetarian which I have not tried. However if you go for it, you should be warned that it takes between two and three hours. Final observation, I found it very expensive in relative and absolute terms. A twocourse dinner for two was charged more than €160. Overall I must say that, although I have enjoyed the place, I was indeed in the wrong place and I felt to be as such. Maybe great for vegetarians but for me the judgment, also in consideration of the cost, is just “average”
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