Food is ok, but don't go there during the slow afternoon hours. The owner sits at the table closest to the front door like a pasha, barking loud advice across the room to the young women who work for him ("watch what Iris does, see how hard she works?" that sort of thing) and drumming loudly on the table along with the piped-in music. Can you imagine that sort of obliviousness when customers are having lunch at adjoining tables? Not going back.
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