Had a really enjoyable meal here with my wife. Arrived 1900ish on a Friday evening and it was pretty empty - certainly no need to book. Good menu with wide selection of dishes. I had a simple veal schnitzel - straight forward, but tasty, very well cooked and portion sizes that should satisfy most expanding bellies! My wife had pork tenderloin and was very impressed too. Crepe Suzette for desert was delicious - made in front of you at the table, complete with Apocalypse Now style 3-foot high flames as the waiter flambéd it. Only drawback is that the wine menu is fairly pricey, but no one forces you to drink it! Budget on ~25BD per head and you won't go too far wrong. Will definitely go again
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