The food, prepared by the energetic cook in the open kitchen, was excellent. But the bill was something else: it started off with the desert menu not listing any prices and the waitress claiming not to know them, but assuring us that none were more then $6.00. Well, the sorbet was billed at 6.50, one entre was billed $1 more then stated on the menu, the other one $2(!) more, and 60.05 for food and $14 for drinks was added up to $75.05 (instead of $74.05). When I pointed all this out, the person mumbled somthing about "ahh, this calculator", and the bill was corrected with no word of apology. One price deception and three outright mistakes on one bill and without any apology does not look like an accident to me, but rather like a deliberate scheme. Too bad, and so unnecessary, given the great quality of the food! Enjoy, but watch the bill!!
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