There isn't a single local authentic dish on the menu of Picnic, but that's okay, because people go there for brunch and their expat/tourist/foreigner menu. Everything I've had has been quite tasty and I would recommend it on that alone. The problem is the prices. They've had a few favorable reviews since opening and the prices have steadily crept upwards to a point of bordering on ridiculous. Two people might be able to get away from there with spending 30€ on brunch, but that's without drinks and not really being full.
Their other big problem is that while they have a pile of staff, their attentiveness isn't top notch with ordering and getting the bill both taking a rather undue amount of time. A suggestion to Picnic: lose some of the staff, drop the prices a euro or two and be continually full and successful all the time--as a local, I'd love that. Otherwise, there isn't much reason for me to go there as I can find these dishes in any decent sized town in the United States and for a great deal less.
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