This is a place where dinner is not just served, it is celebrated. Staff go out of their way to make your visit a lasting memory and the master himself (Vincent) will serve you his amuse gueule...
The lobster bisque was the best one I ever had and to cut your Jamon (excellent!) they bring a big machine to your table to cut it right before your eyes. The risotto was very well prepared (it is not as easy as most people might think) and the monk fish was prepared to perfection and very delicious. For desert we had ice cream that was served on an "iceberg" (big block of ice), another feast for the eyes (and for the palate as well).
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