The food is overpriced for what it is. The bruschetta priced at Euro 10 is usually a complimentary item at most other eateries. My Euro 19 salmon teriyaki was just a slab of salmon (no different from the ones I can buy at Lidl for a euro or two) drenched in soy sauce. It came with a couple of tablespoonfulls of rice. The bread was mediocre but we ate it because the portions of food were so small.
We did not have any wine, cocktails or coffee and yet the price for two came to 90 Euros. I would not have minded had it been an enjoyable dining experience but why did the staff allow children to run and scream all over the lawn? When I go to a place that mentions nobility, style etc., I do not expect to be subjected to screaming children and their parents taking videos of them. I can go to a Mc Donalds for that.
While I love cats I do not think that at a restaurant such as this there should be animals begging at tables and bothering patrons. One of the cats had crusts all over its eyes so I was afraid that I might pass something on to my pet from this restaurant's cats.
In the website it says that patrons may have to wait because of the freshness of the food so we were prepared to wait for the food. Which we did. However I don’t understand why we also had to wait for the bill. We asked one of the servers for it and waited for 25 minutes before asking another server who then eventually brought us our bill.
I complained by email to the restaurant after our experience but they did not reply or acknowledge my email.
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