This is a lovely location on the banks of the canal. The restaurant itself has a nice atmosphere and the service was good (notable exception later).
The food was good without being exceptional but our main douse of three was very small. The course was served on large (?12 inch) plates. My wife had a small piece of fish on the centre of her plate and a very few vegetables. I had 3 very small pieces of chicken about 2 inches round and 2 inches deep, four small potato halves and four very small mushrooms. These were placed on the very edge of my plate with a dash of green and red cheffie sauce. The food did not even cover one third of the plate leaving two thirds empty, making a small portion seem even smaller. My wife and I are not big eaters but even this was small by our standards. It would have been hard to tell if this was a starter or main course.
Excuse me now while I have a little rant. I asked for a glass of tap water and was told point blank that they would not serve it. If I wanted water I had to have bottled, which I grudgingly took. The cost of half a litre of bottled water was €5.00. A recent analyse of about 47 bottled waters showed that over 40 had more impurities that standard European tap water. So this is not sold for purity and I have long regarded the bottled water industry to be the biggest confidence trick imaginable. Added to this, petrol in the local filling station was about €1.80 a full litre. The price charged by this restaurant is a rip off.
I have no problem with the price of any meal, or part thereof, as long as I feel I have had value for money. I have paid £300.00 for a meal in Dubrovnik before now and been delighted with the value. This is not good value.
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