The restaurant was beautiful and the tour of the kitchen was highly appreciated. Some courses and elements were spectacular particularly the white asparagus and truffle viennetta, the razor clam with sea anemone and seaweed dish as well as the goose dish. Presentation was mostly stellar, particularly the mandala inspired dish. Pacing throughout was also good.
However we echo many of the points raised by the other average/poor reviews:
1- It is strange that there was only 1 toilet for men and 1 for women which looked very basic.
2- The both of us had specific dietary requirements and after checking with another waiter, we figured out that the waitress served us the dish meant for the other person. The waitress never apologised.
3- Vegetable consommé as 1st of 13 courses was very bland.
4- The broth that came with the squid dish and the red mullet dish tasted the same and was much too intense. It also had a similar taste to the prawn cracker which was part of the canapes.
5- Many dishes lacked texture (and taste) and were rather one dimensional.
6- When they did try to add texture which resulted in the chocolate anarchy dessert which must have had at least 10 components, they got the flavours all wrong and many components were just not great.
For EUR 195 for the tasting menu, you can certainly eat better in many other 1 or 2 star restaurants in London and Copenhagen for a lot cheaper.
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