The food here is not too bad. It is supposed to be fine dining and I think it fits that bill. Pretentious menus, loaded with words you have never heard of? Check. Knowledgeable staff? Check. Artwork, curated from a local gallery on the wall? Check. It isn't too bad, but this restaurant seems like every other fine dining restaurant in a pretentious hotel. To me the best meal here is breakfast. If you want something less stuffy, go and eat in their bar area. A different menu can be found there.
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