I dined here with a colleague so I cannot comment on the bill - it will not be cheap as this is a place where you get what you pay for. A classic tasting menu of five or six courses, depending on your definition and an array of well matched wines. The food was impeccably presented in what I would call the 'classic' post Nouvelle tradition. It was full and had the buzz of a place which thrives by being popular.
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