Food was ok, but a let-down for a 1 Michelin Star restaurant. The steak tartare was ok, meat was high quality, but it was rather bland.
The seared scallops were a nice surprise; tender, juicy and cooked just right, with a sauce that enhanced their flavor.
On the other hand, the shrimp linguini tasted as if bought from a pasta food-chain; not terrible, but definitely unremarkable.
The souffle desert was really good.
Wine selection is excellent, we had a Chianti, which was good, but nothing special.
Again, it's a good restaurant, but I have no idea how they got their Michelin star...