At 20h45, we arrived on time to our reservation and were asked to wait for our table to be prepared. We sat there for quite a while before someone proposed we have an apperitif, but by the time they brought it to us we were already seated at our table for dining. The menu is set up so that one chooses between a 5 or 7 course set menu. The combination of flavors were adventurous and fascinating and we were ready to discover new things. We chose a Rose to accompany our meal as well as sparkling water whose bottle looked like a vodka bottle. The wine was the best part of our meal...
First Course - Raw langoustine with a veal broth a white beans...You could hardly taste the langoustine due to the broth and the beans were undercooked and dry. Very unpleasant.
Fourth Course - Duck with red cabbage. Sounds like this would taste just lovely. Surprise, surprise even this was done poorly. The duck was lacking in duckiness and the cabbage was uninteresting.
Overall, it's simply a no go. They could learn a thing or two from Ze Kitchen Gallery about pairing interesting things together and how retaining simplicity within the new combos is what makes something delicious. It's all about balance!