We stumbled onto this restaurant on a night out by being turned away by the Belgian Café in the same hotel. On first glance, the restaurant looks worn and empty. We were the only ones in the restaurant most of the time. The service was good but not great. They didn't have the wine we ordered and we had to replace it with another, more expensive bottle. The complementary bread that we were served arrived stale. We both ordered pasta for a main course and while they were not bad, they were ordinary. Will we be back? Likely not. There are much better restaurants in the city.
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