The stone building entrance look somewhat modern, but as soon as you step in, you are in another world. The most beautiful art deco restaurant in dark red, brown and golden colors. Thick, soft carpets. Dark wood panels. Glass ceiling. Most tables are in small private booths for 2-4 people, super for privacy.
We had a very nice 4-star meal, very tasty and appealing. Not hyperinnovative, but not necessary.
I had a super signature blinis, good salmon and a traditional creme brulee.
Service started a bit reserved, but picked up; friendly, attentive and speedy. .
A very nice evening indeed.
Instagrammer/blogger note: "No, you are not allowed to take photos in the restaurant".
But it is o.k. with a discrete couple and table photo.
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