The restaurant is named after the old radio house, which is just next door. However, the inside rather looks like a modern chalet situated in a garden. The wooden wall panels are decorated with vegetable pictures.
The Radio changes his menu every week and therefore only has a choice of 5 dishes in total. The guests can choose between three or of five courses with or without wine pairing. My friend and I picked the first option with wine pairing and weren’t disappointed.
The pumpkin was so good that I tried to copy the dish at home!
The beef was purposely burned on the outside and nearly raw on the inside. I understand that the chef wanted to play with flavours, but unfortunately it wasn’t really my thing.
However, the ice-cream was delicious again; the perfect mix of softness and crunch.
I’d recommend the Radio restaurant to the daring foodies amongst you. You have to like to be surprised with uncommon flavours and textures.