We had dinner once on a chilly enening. We wandered in by accident, but we had to say it was excellent.
My husband and I were discussing the mushroom soup and fish rissotto the menu, one waiter overheard us, informed us that those were sold out, but he would like to recommend something else would please us.
Later we knew our waiter named Bojon, he prepared us a mini starter. Somehow, we were lucky to have mushroom soup (if it was hotter, it'd be much better.) We ordered buckwheat rissotto and tuna tartar, served with olive oil, pumpkin seed oil, balsamic vinegar and homemade bread. We were so much pleased by the food, so were our stomachs.
we were too full to have any dessert. 39 euros for two. A sophisticated winner.
Food: good quality, I guess it's international food choice with local characteristic. Dessert was attractive.
Service: attentive but not annoying.
Price: not a cheap dinner but it's worth the money.
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