We've been to WY for lunch recently.
On the negative site , it IS located in a car gallery. On the plus site, it's spacious and modern. They have an open kitchen and you can view the chefs prepare the dishes on big screen. And I love the fact that there's a good distance between tables. You don't have to listen to every single conversation in the room.
The excellent thing about this restaurant is the service. The staff are young, knowledgable and super attentive.
We had a three course tasting menu with choosen wines. I have to say I liked the starter and the amuse-bouche. The taste combinations and texture were very good.
I especially liked the bonito sashimi which was just superb. And it went beautifully with the chilled Italian white came with the starters.
In comparison to that, the main dish - I opted for the loup-de-mer (bar) - was quite bland. It was cooked and garnished beautifully but was weak on the taste. My husband was equally unsatisfied.
The desert - altough basically fruits, ice cream and chocolate pieces - was fresh, incredibly delicious and a good finish to a nice lunch.
It's a Michelin 1 star, so the prices reflect that, but for a lunch time , it wasn't over the top.
Overall we both enjoyed the experience but not vowed by it.
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