Everything seems a bit fancy and pretentious; quite expensive as well... however, the owners are very friendly, even though they are a bit clueless (forgot to bring some things; slow). The menu is quite traditional; as someone whose favourite food is Mediterranean vegetarian food, the menu had very little to offer (lots of very rich dishes, lots of meat). However, I was pleasantly surprised by my guinea fowl with spelt and prunes.... really quite delicious, although a bit sweet and stodgy considering the massive portion.
All in all, quite quirky... in the end, not posh at all, but something more rustic, but aspiring to be haute cuisine, and failing. The owners should leave those aspirations (I wasn't impressed with the try-too-hard amuse-bouches) behind and focus on hearty country food (of which the guinea fowl was a perfect example).
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