We visited this restaurant in March and we were the only people in the restaurant! This seems to be a feature in our travels around Eastern Europe. However we had a very nIce waiter, who helped us choose our meals and wine. I was dying to try the local Moma liga (Sure that is the wrong spelling) and found that it is actually polenta. Anyway I really liked it, and my husband had the chicken which was also good. I am sure it is better in the busy season where there are more people around, but glad we went. they have very good serviettes with Dracula on them ,and lots of Dracula type objects d'art.
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