Dinner for 2 on a Thursday evening and about 15-20 guests in a spartan room. Since it is part of a museum, it's a little strange that it has no wall covering at all. The food is excellent but a little colour would not detract.
Service? Also very good, although the perpetually warm cutlery is a little odd.
Food and drink? We had the 14 courses surprise menu (who doesn't - 9 and 18 are available) although the menus do replace some dishes so it isn't just 9+5+4 depending on how hungry you are. Plenty of memorable dishes, especially the tomatoes and the tuna heart.
Recommend the food but the pale walls are just too boring. Yes, we know, you want the food to speak for itself as a piece of art. But maybe minimalism has turned it into a conference centre room?
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