I had the 9-course degustation menu for lunch. Ambience was pleasant and quiet (the restaurant was only a quarter full). Presentation of the dishes was attractively done and ingredients used were fresh, but the taste was, by and large, only average. Price was reasonable for the quality of the food.
My dining experience was marred at the end of the meal, when the waitress rather aggressively pressed for a tip - not what I expected or was used to, after having spent 3 weeks in Peru.
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