The Anna Ticho museum which houses this restaurant is a magnificently restored 19th century house with large archways, tiled floors dating from the period, a ravishing terrace which opens onto a garden, and lots of light. The ingredients are very fresh and the combinations are harmonious: blue cheese and honey, sage and hazelnut butter with a touch of truffle oil, a creamy risotto paired with a delicate beet purée and enriched with very delicate slices of raw green beans. The contrasts are clever: a hot/cold contrast to enhance a fish filet, creamy/crispy textures to keep things exciting. The desserts are simply presented and tasty but we would have liked something a bit more visually exciting. Anna is full of charm and light, with very attentive staff and excellent quality products.