The place looks traditional and the service is outstanding but the food is average. For euro 20 more we had a beautiful dinner in a Michelin restaurant just nearby. Anyway, I remember the foi gras being a large chunk of not very good quality and the frog legs cooked without enough care, it was just fine, I mean, anything you add lots of butter, garlic and parsley taste good, right? and their version of a traditional dessert had a pretty heavy, citric flavour which doesn't work well. We expected a more formal restaurant but we rather found it too informal and "familiar"
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