and starters are served on wooden platters, the cutlery is very modern, delicate Scandinavian style
and the crockery quite fine plain white.
There are a few gimmicks to get you started on this journey through history. The first is the entrance through a dark tunnel to a black glass door which opens to let you into this new world. Housed in a large high ceilinged room, seating 120, with an open kitchen at one end.
The menu also adds part of the atmosphere with historical notes on where the recipes come from and the period when the dishes first appeared.
Unfortunately on this occasion the tasting menu was not available so we tried what we could manage off the a la carte menu. Interesting little dish.