Judging from appearance, fancy new restaurant HE's encompasses all of the elements that make up a props food* establishment. HE's main chef is Heinrihs Erhards who, according to HE's website, has tons of cooking experience and has worked for famous restaurants in the US and in France. It's obvious that the restaurant really takes pride in its well-renowned chef and all the fresh raw material they use in their cooking.
There was no surprise to find that the food on HE's menu is on the pricier side, nor was there any surprise to discover how tiny the portions are. The starters are enough for a few bites, and the main course of my choice (the wild beef duo) consisted of a few pieces of meat, maybe a tablespoon's worth of vegetables and sauce, and a little potato thing that perhaps measured up to half a potato (see the picture). After spending €25 I still wasn't half full. So if you go there hungry, you'll at least have to do a three-course meal, at which point your bill will swell to a considerable amount of money.
”PUT ON YOUR FANCY PANTS, EMPTY YOUR BANK ACCOUNT AND MAKE SURE TO HAVE A STURDY SANDWICH BEFORE YOU GO”
In all fairness, though, I'm still hesitant to call this props food, the reason being that the food is actually very well made and brought some taste satisfaction. However, it's by no means a flavor explosion or a dining out Nirvana, so I have to say that the value for money is pretty poor. But if this kind of dining experience is what you're looking for, HE's stacks up very well against similar restaurants. Put on your fancy pants, empty your bank account and make sure to have a sturdy sandwich before you go there.
* props food = food prepared more for photo shoots than for actual eating, preferably by some half-famous chef