this restaurant is perfectly located, especially if you can sit outside.
Interesting food, which is served "tapas" style - ie as sharing plates.
Each sharing plate is slightly larger than a normal meal. We ordered three mains, two smaller "starters" (food can come out in any order as it is ready, rather than in the more traditional way - part of the fun!) and a vegetable dish. That was more than enough.
Don't forget to order a vegetable dish since the courses do not come with any vegetables.
Overall, a very good, fun experience.
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