Beautiful house (with a good story) and it makes for a wonderful atmosphere, very relaxed yet elegant. Good service, appropriately attentive. Food contains some excellent dishes. The dried plums in prosciutto (kebabs) were the best. The tavche gravche was fine but no different or better than what you can get at any number of taverna-style lunch restaurants in town. There were other nice dishes in casserole dishes. But the baklava dessert was really terrible--it was a Sunday night, and maybe it just wasn't fresh, but it was just weak. Still, the overall dinner was really nice, and a very good price (as expected in Skopje). Dinner for two (two glasses of wine and a bottle of mineral water), two starters, two mains, a dessert (suitable for sharing) and a coffee, with a tip (very American) = 1800-ish denars, or about $38.
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