We have eaten here a few times over the last 10 years but were never overwhelmed by the food inside the restaurant but had eaten some very pleasant snacks & drinks several times on the lovely terrace outside. When we heard there was a new chef we decided to give the restaurant another try. Although we all enjoyed our food we were very surprised at the lack of vegetables on our plates. I ordered an entrecôte steak which had been described as being accompanied by purée. The plate arrived with just the right amount of beautifully cooked steak, which was delicious, but with only four tiny little blobs of purée, with nothing else and which amounted to about a dessert spoonful. When I asked the waitress if we were getting any other vegetables, she rather haughtily said no, that was how they served it. As my husband had ordered a portion of fries with his steak tartare we all shared these and promptly ordered another portion, otherwise we would have been very hungry indeed. We understand how chefs like to present their dishes in a creative way but this really was a joke. We could not believe that the bill came to almost 200 euros. Between us we had three starters, two mains, three desserts, one beer, a bottle of red house wine and a bottle of Cava (I had asked for Prosecco but they don't have it) which cost an astonishing 34.50 euros - as much as champagne usually costs! We eat out a lot and are not normally hard to please but obviously we won't be eating there again because, although the food is good, we did not come to eat a painting!
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