This restaurant is just beautiful.
We had seen it earlier in the day and decided to go for some early dinner as we were flying out the following morning. Outside it said opening hours 11 am - 2 am, Monday to Sunday. We arrived at 6.30 asked for a table for two inside to be told by the young waiter "we are shut", good job I questioned him, because what he actually meant was the kitchen didn't open until 7 pm. I think they should be clearer on their signage. So we had a drink on the terrace and asked him to get us a table as soon as they were open.
We watched as he showed 3 other couples who just arrived to tables before he got to us.
Now the important bit, the food is absolutely out of this world, with the flavours so deep. We were near the kitchen so could watch the chef plate up with all the care you would expect in a Michelin Star restaurant. We shared a platter of ham and cheese to start and then had the bass stuffed ravioli with tomato and mussels sauce, oh my God, superb.
Sorry to bang on about this one waiter, but he was seriously bad, I never got to try the wine, he just pored it and he never served us wine again, we had to top up our glasses each time. I know, no big deal, but indicative.
At the end of the main course I asked to see the menu again and in true Faulty Towers style, I got "What !"
So to sum this place up, the best building ever, some of the best food I have ever had anywhere in the world, just a bit spoilt by a young waiter