We enjoyed a well presented dinner in the atmospheric semi-open air surroundings of this old caravanserai. We ordered three dishes to share - a bean stew, a pork casserole and an aubergine moussaka, washed down with a bottle of Macedonian cabernet and finished with complimentary rakia (a grappa style digestif). The food was good and the wine very decent - going for the 25 Euro bottle was in retrospect a wise move. Service efficient without being overly friendly and no issues with the bill. Well worth a stop in the old town.
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