If contemporary art space and exquisite food are your thing, you are in for a treat at Barozzi. This gorgeous contemporary restaurant doubles as an art gallery, where the owner fuses his passion for beautiful objects and images with food that impresses visually as well as being inventive, delicious, and made of the finest fresh local ingredients prepared by talented, highly skilled chefs. A dish of three amuse bouches set the tone for the evening, being presented as a feast for the eyes and then an explosion of taste and texture that left this diner salivating for more. Main course dishes of rabbit ravioli, and Náxos goat were both beautifully tender and packed with incredible flavours - both meats being notoriously challenging to get right. Barozzi nailed it. My dessert of pecan pie with almond ice cream and cherry compote far exceeded expectations and sealed my admiration for this excellent venue. Having eaten in some of the finest Michelin restaurants in the world, it is my opinion that Barozzi can hold its own with some of the top venues. Final word of advice .... do not be looking for an economy dinner ... this is a serious foody venue with prices that reflect the talent of the kitchen team and the work that has been put in to designing a stylish, chic contemporary eating space.
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