A very pleasant boutique restaurant with an interesting menu. It's rare to be struggling with what best to choose to eat. I chose the lamb shank, which was the best I have had in Asia so far, the mash was good, as was the delicious apricot sauce which had a little heat in it. Presentation and service was good and the atmosphere mellow. I would advise avoiding the house red as it is extremely sharp, but I saw plenty of patrons enjoying the other wines, especially the whites.
I look forward to returning in the next few days to try the goulash or creamy mushroom chicken fillet with Rosti. I'm very sorry now that I didn't take a picture of my dinner but I was so eager to tuck in.
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