We have been at this restaurant before and enjoy the location, the interior and the food. The staff was kind and sweet but lacked professionalism. Having offered to taste wine and having received a positive comment from the guest I expect the waiter to pour wine into the glasses....
Food came without too much waiting on an otherwise very busy evening.
The menu is limited but I appreciate that. Only one item mystifies me. The restaurant has 'gravad' (raw cured) trout and used to do a gravad salmon but does not offer the traditional sweet mustard-dill sauce. We had a nice crab starter which was alright and halibut in/with tomato butter as a main dish. This is where the 'but' comes in. The fish was cooked perfectly but melted butter with a tomato like 'taste' is not very innovative and lacks taste. But the food is fine and you can get a fine experience. A but more innovation, please
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