This restaurant has more than many other restaurants literally set a menu, which offers more than a nice meal and the menu seems written in stone. You should not just jump in, because you suddenly felt a bit peckish. Maybe you should only go to Dryck, if you want to taste a special set of gastronomic offerings paired with wine chosen for you. It is good and the wine is congenial. There is little if any choice and staff points out that it has all been worked out in the way you see it. Vegetarians have very few options.
It is good but it is more of a culinary exhibition than a real meal.
Maybe we should have been told beforehand what we were up to.
Last but not least: this is overpriced!Abandon hope all ye who enter here
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