I have experienced this myself as well before, but at Fabel from the first moment I made a contact with the staff, I felt welcomed, comfortable, and enjoyed my time there immensely. I wish more restaurants would realize the potential of solo eating clients also at dinner time.
The pasta sauce had layers of piquant tastes in it, I cleaned my bowl with the sourdough bread I was served, didn't want to waste a drop.
The pork neck melted in my mouth and the soft, well-rounded nuances of the dish, all working smoothly together was such a pleasure. The sweet potato fries was on the salty side and balanced the sweetness of the pork nicely.
The dessert - it was like the summer sun, so cheerful, lovely, and refreshing, absolutely loved the distinctions of the different fruits.
I hope you enjoy the pictures I captured through the evening (with asked permission)
Till next time
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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