This is a small but totally beautiful restaurant with a very serene atmosphere. The service is fantastic and the food is to die for.
I was part of a group of seven diners, some locals, other foreign like myself. From the food coming out of the kitchen I could instantly realise that we were in for a great experience.
After we made our orders, an amuse-bouche was presented to us: a miniature glass of polenta and cheese to get us going on a cold and rainy Friday night.
For first I ordered a mixed antipasto platter made up of bite sized treats - which were heavenly. My second was the Chateaubriand steak -- super fantastic!
The place is highly recommended, not only for its top-notch service and divine food but also for the passion in the preparation and presentation.
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