It is always a bit intimidating to arrive at a restaurant and find it totally empty of guests, but this is exactly what happened when we showed up at 10 pm for dinner last night. The staff was friendly and never rushed us, but it was hard to avoid the feeling that we were the reason they were not yet able to close for the night. As a result we can't really judge of the atmosphere of the restaurant itself, but we can say the food was excellent. the restaurant announces itself as a Turkish restaurant specializing in fish and seafood - we saw little of the Turkish accents in the food we ate, but fish and seafood preparations were outstanding. We started with a great plate of salmon carpaccio with tiny capers and olive oil, as well lobster and salmon raviolis that just melted in your mouth. Then filets of monkfish with chanterelles (mushrooms) accompanied with tagliatelle, and poached salmon in white wine and vegetables. Everything was fresh, very well-prepared and delicious.
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