We had a lovely early dinner at Emma's downstairs. Service and quality were excellent. We had the more expensive 3-course dinner with wine pairings, along with a starter and a main. The fish starter and mains, cod and monkfish, were excellent in taste and quality and inventiveness, the amuse bouche of veal ragout was a treat, and the creme brulee was one of the best I've had. The breast of duck in my soup was not as tender as I thought it should be, but it was still very good. The portions were generous as well. It's expensive, and while we tried not to dwell on the cost, it was hard not to because it was our most expensive meal during our trip to Norway and Denmark. That's really our limitation, not Emma's.
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