I visited this restaurant on Valentine's Day and the menu was a pre-fixe, I opted for the chicken dish with rice, followed by some sort of chocolate brownie for desert. I believe the drink was included in the price too which was relatively reasonable.
They had some live music that was playing that night too, which, whilst was interesting, didn't particularly suit the occasion.
Saying this though, the restaurant has a lovely feel to it - it's covered in memoirs and souvenirs from the owner's travels and definitely radiates individuality.
I would definitely visit again just for beer and tapas!
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