We stayed at the hotel Strand and dined at the restaurant one evening. The service was good, not extraordinary, but still good. The food, I would say, would appeal very much to the majority of Americans, since the portions were huge.
For starter we had the tuna tartare, which was pretty bland and a corn soup (as their evening special), which in quite the opposite was very tasty. Both of the dishes were beautiful to look at. I had the entrecote, which unfortunately was burnt (I asked for medium rare) to the point that it was charred and the texture was extremely tough. The other main course, which was seared scallops with braised pork belly and sweet corn puree was well composed, especially with the saltiness from the pork, but a teeny bit too sweet. Also this dish was very big.