Make sure to order a table during tourist season as this is very popular with visitors. And with good reasons. Love the building and fun to imagine all the people who have been in that building throughout its history. We ordered set menu and a la carte, and everyone was well pleased with the food and the recommended wine. It was of course pricey, but that is to be expected unfortunately. But we were lucky with our waiter who was cheerful and attentive, even when the restaurant started filling up. My main complaint with the restaurant is that they should take a little more pride in what they are serving and where it comes from. The food was served without any form of introduction and i feel that this is handled better by many of their competitors. I enjoy knowing if we are enjoying local produce. I also recommend that they ask guests if they want to know something about the building.
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