We liked the modern look of this place, so we thought we would take a flyer at it. We were quite early arriving and we were a bit cautious as the bar was fairly busy, but the restaurant was empty. "Ah well", we thought; the food might not be so great but at least we will get some interesting wines to try. How wrong we were; the food was great, especially the "creme brulee"- type desert.
The first surprise was that the chef from another excellent restaurant we had been in only the previous evening was dining next to us!! The second surprise was the complementary "anima nera" (liquorish liqueur).
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