Went here on a business lunch. The restaurant is decorated nicely and looks like a proper winehouse. The waiters were helpful and quite efficient. All of this was spoilt by mediocre food. It had such a great potential but didn't live up to the expectations. What to do with a nicely presented dish that isn't seasoned properly, or just tastes weird? My colleague had fish without any taste, I had beef medallions with what was supposed to be a dijon mustard sauce and tagliatelle. It turned out those medallions were laid on a huge splash of dijon mustard covering half the plate. Don't get me wrong, I love mustard, however this was not any kind of sauce, just plain mustard.. Tagliatelle just cooked, once again, completely unseasoned and unfinished, not a pich of salt and drop of olive oil. My colleague wanted curry with tofu, the response had been "we have a new owner and it's not possible anymore". God knows why. Overall it would have been a really great experience were it not spoiled by completely bland and forgettable food. This restaurant has definitely potential, but it needs to change its chef.
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