I went there this evening with my wife and octogenarian vegetarian parents. It was my fault really... there are very few vegetarian items on the menu. The young man who looked after us was very kind and did his best to deal with guests who must have seemed eccentric and out of place. The starters were really fantastic -- the amuse-bouche was brilliant, the five different kinds of cod were delightful, the Napolitan-style tempura vegetables for my parents also very good. The presentation was beautiful, Unfortunately, the main courses were less impressive and, to my taste, my own dish with three kinds of meat and three kinds of onion, was over-salted. My wife had oyster pasta, and it don't actually have any oysters in it, just some oyster paste. A mushroom risotto was rustled up for my parents, but they hardly ate any of it, and to be honest, when I had a taste I found it was nothing special. Everyone was too full to order dessert, and all agreed we should have gone starter plus dessert and skipped the main dish. The whole thing cost 130 Euros, including an excellent bottle of local wine, and I could kind of understand the price but still felt faintly disappointed. This was mostly just a mis-match. They have no salad and in fact no fresh vegetables at all on the menu. Please note I am not a gourmet and I rarely eat at serious restaurants like this one.
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