Lots of things work together here: a talented chef; a pleasant wait staff; lovely soft jazz piano recordings; an attractive informal ambiance; a varied menu incorporating both local traditional dishes and more creative modern variants, a fairly extensive wine list. Fair prices for the level of culinary skill.
Michelin puts them at the top of their list for the city, and I can see why. Glad we came here for a leisurely lunch. All of our dishes had a light and creative touch. Meat and fish prepared with skill and subtlety. Bravo.
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