This little place has a couple tables inside and a couple outside. It is a full butcher shop as well as brunch/lunch counter. They will cook a burger, steak or just warm the meatloaf. They supply the meats and sausages to Lokal.
A relatively large space that was packed with people and turned tables as soon as they opened. There is no tasting menu but they are known for their beef and fish both of which are brought out on trays at the beginning of the meal for you to choose from. The beef seemed to be getting brought out a lot more often than the fish on our visit. The steaks are for 2 and served with a salad.
This restaurant holds about 50 people and offers two tasting menus to choose from. The Degustation du Chef option has everything on the Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise and adds about 6 courses and those proved to be some of our favorites. A very stylish place with a black and white check motif in the kitchen, menu and bill presentation, it offers very friendly and helpful service.
This place of about 10 tables opened in November 2014. It offers a tasting menu as well as a la carte options. With the tasting menu you can get wine or non-alcoholic pairing. The room has a small window into the kitchen but you see more finishing touches than actual cooking. The ceiling has a light show they are very proud of, they call say it is “like a field in the wind which is always changing”. It is interesting – they have a guide about it if you ask.
A really long shaped restaurant that is divided into smoking and non-smoking rooms, it offers casual and friendly service and atmosphere. Food here is not fancy but homestyle with slight variations in the offerings. They have beer served with different amounts of foam from tanks that is cold and goes down easily. The staff was helpful in ordering on our first visit and extremely friendly. It was nice enough that we returned for a second visit during our trip and that’s about the best endorsement there is!