Good menu, but surprisingly mediocre execution, at both breakfast and dinner. We ordered the filet, medium rare, and it came out a solid medium although still tasty. But the mashed potato side was lumpy and lukewarm, and the green salad was literally about 3 lettuce leaves with onion, pepper slices and sprouts (which they put on top of everything, including the poached eggs at breakfast.). At breakfast, my eggs and toast came with just that - I had to ask for butter, as there was very little on the toast, and no jam was offered. My husband's omelette looked almost deep-fried, and he said it was good but had a scent and taste of fish, as if the pan had been used to cook fish previously and not thoroughly cleaned.
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