It was a table for 10. So I will be light on the time taken to serve the food, but a 3 hour lunch I thought it was a little too much. The food was great , but the sommelier needs an improvement. Before we ordered the wine it was asked how many bottles they had, and it was told us they have at least two bottles of the wine we choose. After the first bottle was over we asked to open another, but the sommelier said that was the last one. So we choose another wine, and the same thing happens again. We had to order 3 different wines, because there wasn't any knowledge of the quantity of wine they had in stock. Besides that, all the food were great. The 63 years of their existence shows on the floor and decoration. Haven't changed much in all that time. The linen napkins are still a classical, and so all the silverware. The desserts were amazing. I had the amuse bouche of chocolate desserts, consisting of 4 little samplers of theirs chocolate desserts (Chocolate cake with lime, merengue with Nutella gelato, chocolate mousse with whipped cream, and the last one was a profiteroles with pistachio sliced on top of it).
Had coffee, expresso, good quality, no need for sugar.
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