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Horrible place, worst restaurant experience in my life. Went here for lunch.
Price is criminal: They advertised with pizza for 10 euro's. They even came outside to welcome us and confirm this. In the end we had to pay over 66 euros for a very...More
Went into this restaurant for a light lunch.
Just had two panini and two coffees.
Service was fine and the restaurant well maintained.
The shock came we we received the bill - we had been charged a large cover charge as well as service at...More
Directed by staff to select seats then ushered to the table she wanted us to sit at. Gave our order then asked to move to make way for a large group. Bread arrived and the waitress brushed crumbs off a badly chipped plate before placing...More
Avoid this Bistro at all costs it is run by criminals - you will be conned out of money and served dreadful, barely edible food.
Today, my wife ordered lunch for herself and our two young children. She speaks a small amount of Italian and...More
Can't understand the poor reviews of this bar/bistrot. We had good food, very good and friendly service in a nice environment on the street, but seemingly protected from the street by the cover. 40 euro lunch for three with quite a bit of food and...More
Went there for a quick lunch and did not enjoy any part of the restaurant. The food was bland and boring. The bread actually tasted like cardboard...no exaggeration. The service was rude and the whole place felt frantic. I would avoid. There are plenty of...More
This restaurant achieves the trifecta for a bad Italian restaurant:
--A somewhat Indifferent wait staff that adds 15% to your bill
--Extremely slow preparation time
--Pizza that tastes like cardboard. I would swear it is made from purchased dough, sauce, and canned mushooms. Tastes like...More
The only reason why I give it 2 stars is because of the beautiful atmosphere and the fact that I could charge my phone. Everything else is a tourist trap -- avoid if possible!
The setting is bright, modern and beautiful. My partner and I...More
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