To be fair, we came with high expectations. Our landlord recommended the place as the best in the area and it has a Michelin star. We ordered the 7 course innovation menu with 6 wines to accompany. Some of the dishes were good, other quite boring. None of them excited us. What surprised us however was the wine. It was a selection of Sicilian white wines. The first one had a strong smell of horse stable, the second a stinging smell of adhesive, then it got better but never great. In addition we felt that the match of wines and food was suboptimal. Service was very attentive and decoration of the food and restaurant nice.
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