The name means chicory in Luxembourgish, but also loosely translates as "a funny surprise," which is exactly what this restaurant is. The menu features gourmet food with a twist—such as vegetable tempura on a bed of local mushrooms, and lamb shank with pignolis and secret spices. Three floors offer a variety of dining experiences, from the busy, informal bar to the lush Moroccan-style jardin d'hiver to the Polynesian-themed main dining room. The exceptional wine list has received several awards from Wine Spectator.
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