On a Sunday lunchtime, this restaurant was packed to the rafters such is its popularity. However, with only two waiting staff, it also qualifies as one of the slowest meals I've ever eaten.
That aside, the food is superb. With two choices of set menu at 27 euro and 42 euro (the gourmet affair...) the food really is worth the wait. My starter of veloute of pumpkin, absolutely delicious, and our mains - mine a mixture of pork and beef, my girlfriend's a steak were some of the best cooked pieces of meat you could ever hope for and of course elegantly presented.
Wine again is expensive in here, but again can be bought by the half bottle which is a bit more reasonable.
Well worth a visit - be advised to book in advance, and maybe for a long meal...
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