We made a table reservation on a Tuesday evening and it turned out that it was necessary for the dining section in the main entrance area. The atmosphere was nice, a little rustic but modern. Service was friendly but a little slow and the waitress apologized saying that it was more crowded than usual. We ordered rump steaks and a rib-eye steak served with a salad, baked potato and sour crème. Everything was good, fresh and the steaks done to perfection and we enjoyed a nice cabernet sauvignon from Uruguay to go with it.
This is definitely a restaurant worth visiting!
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