First of all, anyone who complains about the cost has no business being there in the first place. It is what it is. Look it up before you go. It's in line with all of the Michelin 3 star restaurants we have been to in Europe.
Not having an option to go a la carte is a little strange. I would have ordered the tasting menu anyway. I just thought it might be nice to go back some day and have a single entry of my choosing.
The food and it's presentation were flawless. I opted for the risotto and the Wagu beef. My wife did not and we shared. More tasting!
The service was flawless. Attentive but not obtrusive. Friendly and engaging but not overly so.
The ambiance is lacking. No Michelin 1, 2, or 3 star restaurant in Europe where I have eaten has the tables so close to one another. The single bathroom on the second floor was odd.
I am glad we went and we loved every minute, including a tour of the kitchen. It seems a little odd to me that similar restaurants in Europe, eg. Da Vittorio outside of Milan, are more spacious and look a little less dated.
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