One would never expect a place of such quality in such a really strange neighbourhood.
The place is located on the second floor of a former textile factory. That gives you the advantage of good parking.
The access to the place feels somewhat awkward and one would expect some kind of self service rather than a really nice place to eat.
The decor feels as if the owners could not decide on a what they want. Anything between kitsch and industrial. Kind of funny.
On a cold day take a light sweater with you. The extremely high ceilings and large windows make the place feel not sufficiently heated.
Prices are reasonable and the service is really attentive and kind.
When in the area give the place a try. It is worth it!
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