I have been here a few times in the last couple years. The wine list is extensive, with usually a nice variety of wines by the glass that are pricey, but not excessively so for the area. Food is not always consistent, but usually pretty good, with service sometimes great, but often not so much. The recent problem, repeated twice, is early closing of the kitchen when "business is slow." I dragged a colleague 1km in the cold last Sunday night, after verifying on the web site that they closed at 10pm. We arrived right at 9pm, and the door was locked. No answer when we knocked (they probably couldn't hear us, the door is down stairs from the resto). Weds night I was ready to try again.This time the posted closing time is 11pm, and I called at 9:45 to make sure. Glad I did. The guy who answered recalled that they had closed early Sunday ("it was slow"), was not at all apologetic that we had walked to and from in the cold after looking forward to some nice wine. He then informed me that they had just closed the kitchen for Weds night as well. He claimed the door would not be locked in the near future and that we could come for wine. No apology, no offer of a free cheese plate (I assume they could handle that even with the kitchen closed), just try earlier next time. We found another wine bar.
So the conclusion is that they have interesting wines and decent food, but make sure to call to confirm they didn't decide to close first, and don't be surprised if they act like they would prefer to be home than serving you.
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