Recently visited this restaurant and I was very impressed with the building and decor.
The old church, converted in a restaurant now, is beautiful inside although the acoustics is very good and makes it very noisy.
The food was Ok. Nothing memorable. I don't even remember what I ate that day.
The service was very good, but they made a huge mistake, hence my rating. One of my friends is a wine connoisseur (actually, he used to give speeches in California University about wine and vineyards in tropical climates). He ordered I believe a Cabernet Savignon from the Colchagua Valley in Chile and he was served something totally different. He immediately knew it was not the wine he ordered and when we questioned the server, they admitted that they served a different wine.
The right thing to do in these cases is to approach the customer and apologize for not having the wine and offer a different option. They decided to switch without telling him thinking he wouldn't know. I find that deceitful and not honest.
In general, I do not think the value is there. It is pricey for what you get.
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