We went there as part of a gourmet week-offer with set menu with starter, main, and desert.
Our first waiter unfortunately forgot the smile at home that day. The rest of the staff, however, especially the gentlemen at the cashier, were very friendly and invited us to stay for their weekly salsa night - had we not been disappointed by the food, we might have stayed.
The food cannot be qualified as Italian - sorry, but so it is - the alleged parmigiana was a dry slice of egg-plant with a slice of melted cheese on top, begging to be seasoned with salt and pepper and a drip of oil. The main course, fish in almond-coat with rice was tasteful (especially the rice). The desert (a trio) I highly suspect was industrial. My friend had shrimp starter that was swimming in dressing, and she was equally disappointed with the desert trio (1 slice of pie, some panna-cotta and what looked to be nutella filled biscuits)
All in all, we are debating about going back for food - salsa night remains an option to consider.
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