True local flavor at a full service restaurant. A little off the beaten path but worth searching out for great food and atmosphere. I don't eat meat but those I was with do and they have a dish of beef fillets that come with the bone and you finish cooking yourself at a griddle on the table. It's mostly locals and be aware no menu subtitles and none of the staff spoke English the night we visited.
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