My wife and I had a dinner here during our 2-day stay in Valencia. We appreciated the modern and stylish interior and the taste and freshness of the food. The cuisine is not typical Spanish here, it is mixed with asian influences. But at this price level (we payed € 122 for a three-course diner including aperitif, wine and coffee), some details ought to be improved. The dining room was a bit cold. Worse, the plates were also cold, and so was the food after a short time. The plates should have been pre-heated in the oven. The sashimi consisted of four thick slices of tuna, this dish could have been presented with more finesse. The service was too fast in the beginning, we had barely time to enjoy our aperitif. The served bread is a bake-off sandwich, and there is no butter or olive oil provided (nor salt nor pepper). Apart from the timing, the service was very attentive, with a special mention for the maitre D, who clearly enjoyed his work and speaks not only English but also fluently French. A very good meal, but some details prevented it from being the fine dining experience we had hoped for.
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