I ate a quick lunch in Vapiano before I left the town to Prague and i must say the system was a bit complicated, especially for my old uncle. We received some cards at the entrance, which were at first given to the cook prepairing your meal and then by the final payment. I wanted to know what would happen if I, while looking out for all my luggage, lost it. Except this little to complicated way of payment, I enjoyed the lunch. I was supervising the preparation of my pasta on my own, which is nowadays quite unusual, therefore great. The waiting was ok, no special friendlyness. I felt quite distanced from the staff, because one has to get his meal on his own and the cook, when not remains silent, asks only if you want more chilli or salt. All in all I valued only the freshness of the preparation part of the meals. The rest was average.
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