I should have been tipped off by the fact that this place was empty when I arrived at around 7 pm. At first glance, this is a nice restaurant, well appointed, with good service. I enjoyed the meal immensely. Had 300 ml of Pinot Grigio which went down well with the excellent food. However, shock set in when the bill came: the price for food was reasonable for what I had but the price for wine was 735 rph - about $90 for less than a 1/3 of a liter. I've been told later that you can buy a case of wine for that. This whole experience left a pretty sour taste in my mouth. If you go, don't order any wine.
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