There were only 7 other people in the restaurant when we arrived. Took about 10 mins before someone came from the back to give us a menu. Portions were generous, and wine no more or less expensive than other restaurants. Coffee was said to be an "experience", but was just a short black. They had also run out of most of the desserts. Personnel were pleasant, but spent more attention on the smartphone at the bar, than on the customers. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, and don't need anyone hovering, but we almost decided to clear away our own dishes. It took that long.
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