We came to this restaurant as it had a Michelin star and we wanted a holiday treat. We were confused by the opening hours as they seem to be very short, but we booked for 1.30pm and were welcomed. We were not offered the lunch menu that we had seen on the website, only the a la carte. We had been intending to have a fairly quick lunch but as we didn’t have this option we decided to have the full experience and go for the “routes” 16 course menu. The lady maitre d’ (I believe one of the owners) didn’t speak English so the chef (the other owner I think) came to speak to us and introduce each course. We were told the routes menu included raw and cooked fish and was this ok. We wanted to try it so said yes. As it turned out the first 13 courses were raw fish and seafood. The preparation and presentation was incredible, and the taste was excellent, although unusual for us. There was only one dish we didn’t like, and we have never really eaten raw fish (just a couple of times). The service and attention was impeccable. If you want an experience of refined fish cuisine go for the routes. Otherwise choose from the rest of the menu. A great experience.
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