This is a cautionary tale - just be mindful when you go to this restaurant that you must book in advance or you will be met by very rude staff who question you for walking into the restaurant even tho there are tables empty and it looks as if you might be able to eat there! We finally found this restaurant after wandering the streets, and looked inside to see empty tables - as it was early we thought luck was on our side and we walked in. We were greeted by a very rude woman behind the bar who asked us loudly 'have you booked a table?' (not sure what happened to hello) followed by a waiter to tell us we have no tables free. A 'sorry could you come later/tomorrow/another day' did not seem to be an option and we were left feeling very embarrassed as if we had just gate crashed someones party and being told you can't stop. I'm sure the food would have been delicious but am disappointed with the experience and would not try again
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