There are 3 spots to eat here. Tried to get a table on the second floor restaurant, service staff tried to accommodate but food would take an hour. The ground floor Cafe was similarly full. We found a hidden gem in the basement restaurant Number 5 which seated us immediately
The service staff were friendly and knowledgeable and recommended us a menu starting with Caviar eaten with crepes followed by Pumpkin Soup with Crab meat and Scallop Carpaccio in shells. The mains was Beef Stroganoff and Duck Confit.
The house beers were fruity and light
Please eat here if you want a good meal. It’s worth it.