We arrived 5 minutes early, for our booking. After some debate, the waiters assembled a table at the back of the restaurant. Our table was positioned badly, between the toilet and the kitchen doors.
The initial problem was a flickering down-light, but as trade increased we were more concerned about the constant rattling of trolleys and the flow of bathroom activity.
Our food was good, but not great. The pataks jars, which we observed via our delightful view of the kitchen, did raise some potential concern about authenticity?
There seems to be a culture of quick turn around, in modern restaurants. Our "stop-clock service", took one hour, which was for a starter and main course.
The restaurant it's self was small, as were the tables. I was unable to look at the rest of the decor, as there were too many other distractions.
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