The restaurant is very well located, next to a stream, has lots of outdoor seatings and a sunny terrace. We were lucky to find a table just a step from the water. There's no railing there, so I could say I was really dining by the stream.
Unfortunately, the magic had gone with appearance of a waiter. Well, much more suitable would be to call him (and as the time shown also his colleagues) an "inmate". His expression, no smile, monotonous voice and zero enthusiasm left no doubts, that he wanted to run away from the Tanivera and never come back there again.
We didn't wait long for our dishes - my lasagna was tasty, but nothing extraordinary. I've seen also really big, delicious-looking salads being served all around, but my stomach was already too full to give a try to these greens.
In opposite to the inmates, sorry, waiters, we had a chance to move away from the Tanivera and despite captivating location we did so soon after the last bite.
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