Quite an experience - from the amuse bouche that lit up our tastebuds, to being moved to a nicer table when we asked, to the incredibly friendly staff, to the food - and the wine pairings. Did I mention the food? We mixed and matched between the vegan + vegetarian, with a meat main course, since neither of us like seafood. It was amazingly inventive; almost every dish worked. The presentation was an art in itself; we had fun discussions about the wine pairings, which seemed well informed. Completely deserving of its Michelin star. We found the pace to be about right for the quality of the food - it's leisurely, not slow, as some complained - but we were enjoying ourselves, and the time just slipped by. Of course, this doesn't come cheap - but it was worth it.
GooglePlace - February 2017
Wonderful food, presented cleanly and with just enough flair. For New Years Eve it was a bit drawn out without any real crescendo or high point, and some waiting in between courses and drinks. A great meal that needs better timing.
GooglePlace - January 2017
Never experienced such a slow pace between dishes. And the waitresses are hanging over your shoulders in an annoying way. And it's not cosy at all. Cool food though
GooglePlace - December 2016
Exciting experience. Very tasty dishes out of rather common ingredients. Sat there for over 4 hours with the full menu. Amazing quality, but a tad too formal and pricey for my taste. Therefore only a 4.
GooglePlace - November 2016
The food was excellent, a challenge to all of your senses, visual and taste. The service was excruciating slow though, and the wine pairings/food explanation was lacking. if you have four hours to spend on a meal this place will offer you the chance to enjoy a culinary experience, but if time is important look elsewhere.
GooglePlace - October 2016