The food and atmosphere of this busy, vibrant restaurant are superb. But we were not greeted warmly and we got the impression we weren't the first people treated this way.
We did not have a reservation (you should - it's busy) as we had just arrived in the city and were starving. We dumped our bags at a nearby hotel and ventured out, stumbling upon this delightful place. When we approached the host, we were rather rudely informed we could have a table upstairs but only for one hour. We were sent upstairs and told by the staff upstairs that we couldn't eat there. We told the two men that the woman downstairs sent us up and we were seated in the corner with a stern reminder we could only be there for an hour. I don't know what would have happened if we would have gone over our hour, but thankfully the food was so delicious that we promptly devoured it.
We will give it another try - with reservations - and see how we are treated a second time around.
They do have an English menu but you have to ask for it.
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