I found the fact that they have only two set menus is interesting, and so I booked. When I go to gourmet restaurants I always choose set menus as this is supposed what they do best. Then, since on a Saturday night there were only three tables with patrons including mine, I realised that this is the only way they can survive: having a real menu would require a lot of staff they can't probably afford. Fine by me, as long as the food is good. And I mention the food because the interiors are awful... starting from the front door which is in golden aluminium!
The food was a de-crescendo. It started well with a chickpeas paste and flavours from the sea which was creative and absolutely interesting and ended with a fennel sorbet with a reduction of coca-cola that makes no sense at all. It passed by some tortellini which was not bad, a ravioli which was barely acceptable and a stockfish whose only positive quality would come from the salt.
And the wine list is actually well chosen, but limited and the mark-up is quite high. I won't go back.
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