Some of our group had been before and so we booked well in advance, which gave us a great table at the back of the restaurant where we missed the noise evident towards the front. We also knew to get there early for a cocktail in the roof top bar which is now heated-thankfully on a cold winter night.
We opted for the $80 tasting menu and were asked if there were foods we didn't eat- great given some of the group disliked shellfish so they were provided with an alternative while the rest of downed our oyster. Noticed main menu had eel and rabbit dishes so mention all your food preferences with the tasting menu.
Heavy seafood component included a to die for trout gravlax and a sublime roasted John Dory. Food was exquisitely tasty and beautifully presented with fiddly garnishes etc. This menu was prepared by someone who knows and loves food.
Serving sizes are small but we were all satisfied given our pre-dinner cocktails. This is however not a restaurant for those that need a big plate of pasta etc.
Staff were helpful, courteous and always on their game.
Don't try this if you are on a budget, not cheap but great for special occasions.
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