The ambiance of this glass‑paneled fine dining restaurant located near the beach is romantic and intimate. Meat lovers won’t be disappointed here. Their roasted fillet of beef with savoy cabbage, beef cheeks and its own braising sauce was scrumptious; and their venison loin with sautéed spatezle and wilted spinach was pretty good too. The fine French oysters were a little small, but were fresh and fragrant. The angel hair pasta with lobster oil and sautéed French crevette; pan‑roasted French sea bass with sweet corn and hazelnut dressing; and dessert of pear tart with vanilla ice‑cream were also impressive. However, the quality of its house wines was poor, and the service (though friendly) was slightly slow. What really marred this otherwise above average dining experience was the air‑conditioning, which was annoyingly too cold (the restaurant actually has shawls on standby). We suggest they get that fixed soon, as it is enough to deter us from coming back.