Its proximity to the termini train station as well as the many hotels in that area is very convenient to tourists indeed. The food is generally good though you may have to wait a bit. The restaurant's based in a basement cellar, interesting & cozy. Just we were told that we gotta pay for a surcharge because we'd bread and wouldn't have to pay if we didn't. Then on the next day (we actually preferred to revisit another restaurant but unfortunately others were closed) we were billed for the same surcharge when we didn't have bread, which was only served to us when we were halfway through our main course and we turned down. We were in a hurry to the airport so we paid and didn't argue. We were, however, very upset not because of the monetary amount involved but the dishonesty of the owner. Why would you bother to explain to your customers about the bread charge and acted as if it's fair when you would charge regardless?
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