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Kids and babies not allowed. The booking process did not specify anything about kids. After booking and waiting the day to celebrate a birthday we discover in situ that we cannot enter into the place because our baby was not welcomed.
9 exquisite dishes for 68e is the bargain of a lifetime. So hard to pick a ‘winner’ but the slow cooked lamb was divine, the scallop with curry amazing and the tuna taco just perfect. Each served on a different plate/bowl that is itself a...work of art.
On top of all that, a lovely interior, super friendly and passionate owners that devote their time to you and delicious wine.
And all performed to perfection despite being hit by severe covid regulations.
Will recommend to anyone that will listen!More
No doubt it is an original experience, as it is a modern fusion cuisine in a casual but elegant environement. Some memorable dishes (the ceviche was outstanding), but I believe still needs one or two more "wow effect" dishes to play in a major league....Good luck guys, you can do it!More
My wife and I went to lunch at Slow and Low yesterday as a last minute decision. Thankfully the staff found us a table at short notice and we settled in for 9 courses of wine-paired culinary brilliance. The owner / joint Head Chef and...his compatriot and fellow Head Chef proudly talked us through the menu course by course as it arrived at the table. The food was inspired and innovative, incorporating flavours from around the world with local fresh produce. The wine pairings were amazing, utilising unexpected varieties to perfectly match each course. The atmosphere was informal and friendly but also provided an open view to the highly organised and professional kitchen. We can highly recommend this beautiful little restaurant.More
This place is so gorgeous.
All food lovers have to go and discover this restaurant.
Staff super friendly and so professional.
Open kitchen is like a theater. You just want to look all the time in the kitchen.
The quality of the food is amazing....No menu , chefs and their team just propose you 2 different options.
The tasting menu is a must.Food is not a joke in this place.
Kitchen staff are so humble and so professional.
They will send you dishes after dishes with all the time the description of the dishes.
Well do to this team and hope to see you soon .More
The idea behind this restaurant is good! only tasting menu that has variation very often. The interior design is well done and cozy. The team is very very young, that's good!
However, even if food presentation is well cared and nice, food quality is average....Unfortunately on the 6 dishes menu, I can barely remember one dish that was ok. Don't get me wrong, it is not that food is bad but the most of the time, ingredients combination is tasteless. On a tasting menu, if you care on presentation and present the dish in this way: I expect feeling the different tastes, the smell. It is not like that.
If they want to build a good gastronomic experience, they have to focus on taste.More
Excellent, unpretentious venue serving some of the best food I have had anywhere. That coming from a vegetarian. The taster menu of seven dishes was all adapted to suit a vegetarian, and it was all superb and full flavour
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