My notes at the time (July 19, 2018): "Wines: Pannier Champagne and then 2014 Monte Dell’ Ora Valpolicella Camporenzo Classical Suporiore. 2 amuse bouche, one featuring cucumber foam, the other tomato based. Then ‘Cocotte’ mountain egg. Then a wonderful Spaghetti with acid mountain butter, summer cauliflower sauce, pollen and barely. Then steamed Guinea fowl ‘cutlet’ with glazed saffron endive [how clever! And good!] with risotto with melting onions, tomato, basil and peat aftertaste. Dessert was a de-constructed tiramisu which was wonderful. A superb dining experience!"
All the dishes we had were outstanding, but the spaghetti still sticks in our memory: perhaps the best pasta my lady and I have ever had; bravo...
Service was flawless and attentive but not fussy or over-bearing.
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