The place is in an older building; it was actually once a car showroom. There are a lot of hard edges and it's a little noisy for a "romantic" place. I had the trout and my husband had a chicken dish. We also had wine, and I had a very nice pinot gris, which was generous and not too pricey. Both were very nice but came with everything all stacked up vertically on the plate. I am not that fond of the trendy "food tower" presentation. It tasted it good, though. We also shared a chocolate hazelnut torte for dessert (OK, my husband ordered it and gave me three lousy bites). Good coffee at the end, and the waitress was fine with me ordering cream for it and my husband asking for milk.
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