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100/200

Restaurant 100/200
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In 100/200, everything revolves around the kitchen - literally speaking.

The Modeni kitchen, considered the Rolls-Royce of kitchens, is the restaurant’s focal point. You can look over the cooks’ shoulders into the cooking pots; sooner or later you’ll be talking to the other guests. The 100/200 is a firm believer in the “nose-to-tail” concept, i.e. all parts of all foods are used. And when an item is all gone, it’s no longer on the menu. Select a menu of from five to twenty-five courses and see for yourself what fine dining in 100/200 means.

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