wish i'd read some more of the reviews of this place before deciding to treat ourselves to what I thought would be a good experience. the look on the waiters face when we ordered soft drinks should have been enough to make me get up and leave. or the look on his face when I had the audacity and obvious crassness to ask if the sea bass was served with any sauce. He brought black bread which looked interesting, so I asked what it was. I was told it was bread. to start I had anchovies which whilst beautifully presented were way too vinegary and I love vinegar. We both decided to have the sea bass, it was chalked up outside as a special. We ordered one potato and one vegetable side dish. We were served two potato dishes but after waiting for so long I really didn't have the inclination to complain. Overwhelmingly average. Out of the three tables he was serving ours was the only one he didn't come and ask if everything was ok, we just weren't the right sort of clientele. Desserts looked tempting but I didn't want to give this place another penny so we quickly ordered the bill which when it arrived was extortionate. the sea bass was charged at 90 kuna each rather than the advertised 70 kuna. we had two juices, a large mineral water (heaven forebid if you asked for tap water in this place!), one starter, two mains with side dishes and it came to double what we'd paid in other places for twice the amount of food. By far the most expensive and by far the biggest disappointment,
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