Was looking for Ratskeller, but could not find parking and the plaza, so ended up at Lianda. Not a lot of people on a Thursday, which could mean something bad. But I tried it anyway, since it was chilly. I had the tomato cream soup, which hit the spot, not too sour, but rich still. I was served a bruschetta, the tomato and spices were very good, but hte bread was a bit floury, although it was toasted well. The the dorado fish in balsamic, I was expecting a bit sour syrup but was surprised, it was bit sweet and had the flavor of balsamic. A lemon under the crispy scalloped potatoes made it even better. The fillet was done perfectly, crispy skin and moist fish. Service was also timely an unobtrusive. Atmosphere was a bit more classy, a place to bring your loved ones.
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