Not for me as it's all about showing food more than eating it.
Pasta was cooked too shortly, second course fish too small of a portion to mention and dessert was one spoon of ricotta, some marmalade and three cherries served as an artwork. Would have loved some tagliatelle after leaving the place. Admit that I love the traditional food of this area so it was the wrong place for me.
Quite expensive, but many will be happy to pay for this kind of meal. Chapeau for the person who furnished and decorated the place.
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