Heard a lot about this restaurant.
The menu was short and not cheap with most dishes around 5 euros and starters looking more appealing than mains. We chose spinach and onion filled cigars
( thin spring rolls tasty but quite greasy), miso soup, ( pleasant although not hot enough served in a delightful little pot with tofu cubes) an oversweet tomato and dahl casserole type mixture , pastillia ( again very greasy deep fried vegetable parcel), a brilliant fermented ginger drink , a liquid ( ?) lemon sorbet, a type of baklava cake , and a pot of herbal tea.The portions were not generous.
As we sat in intense heat an extremely mangy dog wandered around looking lost Speaking personally the whole of the experience was marred by a agonised squeal from this poor creature as it had wandered into the restaurant and obviously been kicked.
So in conclusion this restaurant is worth a shot but ultimately disappointing and poor value.
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