An place full of beautiful food and some great tastes. Another modest entrance into a lovely setting with casually dressed waitstaff. Everyone starts with a 8 appetizers some of which made you long for larger bowls of them. The pork belly was one of them, full of complex tastes and melt in your mouth deliciousness. Also the radishes were a surprisingly tasty spicy taste with totally crisp texture. The cashews were addictive and the veal with nuts was a lip licker. Then our tasting started and the asparagus were good but not a wow, breaking the mood. But the fish with leek and ginger amped the level back up to a flavor explosion. The langoustine made me think of what ‘sweet and sour’ dishes could be if done well. Yum! The pork was very tender and appeared to have been cooked in a sous vide to keep the nice pink color. It was excellent with the spicy side salad it was a winner. The beef tasted more like a cut of pot roast and although it was tender it was overdone and needed seasoning. The duck was served on a waffle (Germany’s version of chicken and waffles?) and you wanted to eat every bit of it. The side broth didn’t seem as rich as it should have but the side terrine was spot on. The palate cleanser, frozen pear, was good enough to be a course in itself. The star of the desserts were the white chocolate bits, but at that point your palate had had a full night already.