Friendly atmosphere and if needed english spoken. We did the degustation menu. It was okay and not very spectacular. I mean encountering a yellow tomato gazpacho twice in a menu is not very creative. (amuse bouche and later on part of a regular course? come on chef..) One course was basically a piece of bread (crostino) with some cheese on it. Bit like a lunch bite in my opinion. The lamb course was good, the sweet bread crust disappointing. Desert was nice although a little too sweet for me and way too much. Some fine tuning definitely required.
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