Today, we had to visit a supplier in Seregno. As we were too early, we looked for a nice restaurant and our search in Tripadvisor resulted in Pomirou.
It is located in a pedestrian street and we had some troubles finding the entrance. Only after pushing a doorbell, gate opened. It prived to be the gate of Ali Baba ! The lady who welcomed us spoke fluently English and guided the three of us in a friendly way to our table. She asked if we knew the chef. Not yet. She said he was well known. The interior looked very stylish and classy, my wife enjoyed it particulary. We took the business lunch and started with a filled ravioli ( ricotta, egg, spinach) which tasted extraordinary. Never tasted something fine like this. The waiter explained me the restaurant was star rated in Michelin. The main course was some kind of poached egg with veggies presented in the most refined way one could imagine. And it tasted wonderfull again. Absolutely amazing what this restaurant does with food ingredients. The waiter offert us a dessert for free as the main course we initially wanted to order ( grilled ribs) were sold out. The dessert was even more refined. A cheese cake with ice and a coffee on top of it. So tastefull. I go every second day to a restaurant, but it has been many years that we have enjoyed a lunch like this. The chef of the restaurant, avery friendly man with red glasses in an atypical form, visited all tables. He was very nice and chatted with our son. They love children. For our seven year old son, they prepared some pastas with tomato sauce and an vanilla ice cream with chocolat. He enjoyed it as well. Finally, we received a little cake which was tastefull as well. And than came the biggest surprise of all. It costed all in only 50 euros for the three of us. Including wine. We noted that they did not charge the desserts ( as they promised) but the food of our son wasn't charged either. I asked the waiter if this wasn't an error and he mentioned the bill was ok. We were stunned. Eating and drinking such a great meal in a Michelin rated restaurant for only 50 euros is unbelievable and unseen. We're going to come back for an evening dinner with friends. Like they say in French: vaut le détour
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