My wife & I were enticed in by the friendly guy on the pavement outside, offering a free drink, & also by the fixed price menu. We sat next to an English couple who told us that the English group just before us had had a major argument about the bill. The "free" drinks arrived, & at first the service was ok, but got worse through the evening. The food was disappointing, while in the background a German couple were having a major argument about their bill. An American couple sat next to us & when my bill arrived (charging us for the free drinks & another aswell) I went around the back of the restaurant to get this corrected. I endured about a 30 minute "debate" on this (some of this chat was quite threatening) & when my wife came out to see what was happening the other couple were told that we had drunk a lot, a complete lie. I asked the staff to call the police & they lied about that too. As 3 of the 4 "foreign" couples were significantly overcharged, I have to assume that this is a normal part of their business model. My advice is to assume that other restaurants in this area also conduct themselves in the same manner, & I would suggest that tourists completely avoid this street when you are eating out. I also completely fail to understand how the authorities allow this practice to go on on this scale. Away from the centre, we did not hit these problems, & both O'Reillys bar & Houtsiplou were excellent, value & service.
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