This was the best meal of my life, although also one of the 2 most expensive. I had the chef's tasting menu with wine pairings which was a 12 course meal with 9 wine pairings, IIRC. Everything was creative, tasted amazing, and was prepared perfectly. The wine pairings were all at least very good and featured several very interesting wines from obscure regions including Hungary. Many of the dishes also included some super fancy ingredients like black caviar, antelope fillet, champagne gel, and gold leaf. And the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable without being pretentious.
The atmosphere is a little odd, the rooms are all very small and you feel like you're in someone's house. Not necessarily a bad thing, but not a typical restaurant experience.
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