We stumbled into this place as it was time for our daughter's lunch and the queue in front of Ali Caravan - where we had originally planned to eat - was way too long for the three of us to wait. So we went down to the port and followed our old rules: go where there are the most people. The restaurant was bustling full when we arrived and the service was very rushed and hectic. The menu is simple: you get 20 salads, fresh bread and a pitcher of fresh lemonade. With it you can order a main dish like fish, kebab, steak, etc.
The food was good and served quickly. The Setting is nice in the old port and the value for money in this setting is great. The waiters got a little more relaxed when the peak lunch time was over. We got hot water to heat our daughter's lunch and the waiters played with her, so I can recommend this place as child friendly.
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