This restaurant is 'recommended' by the Michelin guide, and for good reason. The food and the setting are superb and the prices logical. I can confidently say, and without hesitation, that this where I had my best steak ever (prior to that Le Jardin in Geneva held that distinction). I was surprised at first as to why Premiere missed out on a Michelin star. But then, as the dinner progressed, I realized why. I think it has to do with the service. To begin with I was served a wine at absolutely the wrong temperature. And then there's the way some waiters were scurrying around with three plates each resting on their arm, as if it were some run-of-the-mill Greek tavern. At a place of this caliber, serving the food should be measured, calm and composed, and two dishes at the most per waiter. Nevertheless, the place remains highly recommended.
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