Atelier Amaro balances modern and traditional aspects in both food and ambiance. The restaurant is situated in a small "cabin" at the edge of a park near the centre of town. They offer three prix fixe menus -- a 3 "moment", a 5 moment, and an 8 moment menu.
I am not sure if you could call the cuisine "Polish", but it was extremely innovative and cooked perfectly. The ingredients used were dynamic -- sunchoke, salsify, nettles, and even burnt grass -- but so was the presentation and the method of preparation. Although the staff warned us the portions were "dégusation" size (i.e., tasting portions), we found each dish to be perfectly sized. A 5-moment menu seemed perfect for me. There is also an extensive wine list -- although some of them appeared to be very over-priced.
The service was impeccable. When we arrived at the restaurant, it became apparent that there was a mixup with our reservation, and it had been lost. Although the restaurant was fully booked, they quickly took our coats, re-arranged the tables and put us at ease. It was classy, unintrusive, and efficient. I will definitely be back.
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