The menu changes each season so it is difficult to comment on the diversity since there are only 4 menu items to choose from. Each menu is approximately 30 euros and includes a tea and small dessert. We ordered the soba noodles, but frankly, they did not have much taste and there was significantly too much roquette on top making the dish taste very bitter. My biggest critique is that the tables are too close together not allowing any privacy, and also the lighting and deco are poorly thought out. Not sure I'd go back.
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