Luckily I managed to change our booked table. We were first placed on bar stools, and I detest eating my dinner seated high up.
The service was OK, two young waitresses doing their best. Not very experienced though.
The starter, gravadlax with a mustard sauce was quite ordinary. We had halibut as main, and it is the driest piece of fish I have ever eaten. A whole boiled jerusalem artichoke, unpeeled, dry, placed on the plate. God knows why. Some boiled potatoes, some carrot pure, and a rather tasteless sauce.
Did not really like the interior. Not going back.
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