It was a calm and quiet restaurant, probably because it's still new but I didn't mind it. We were greeted by friendly waiters. They helped us decide the menu, too. We came here to celebrate our 1st wedding anniversary and I chose this restaurant as I've been dying to drink Sangria. They serve a tall jug of Sangria which I didn't think it as strong enough. The waiter then excused himself to fix the sangria to fix the sangria to make it tastier but it just failed.
Later on the owner came to us and argued that Sangria is a farmer's drink so it's not supposed to be strong. He said I got the wrong introduction of the taste of Sangria where people just added as much alcohol as they wanted to get people drunk. I didn't know that much of Sangria so I thanked him for the knowledge.
The parmaham was good, I liked it but my husband said it was a bit too salty. However the baguette-like bread was not too good. It wasn't tasty,. I suspected because they can't find the correct cereals or ingredients to make good bread so I didn't finish it. But they served this shrimp with butter and oregano (I guess, I don't know), it tasted just nice though I'd prefer fresh and juicy shrimp but the one they served was okay. And one thing, the price is a bit too expensive for the non mind-blowing food they serve.
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