Very nice restaurant, often crowded, good meat cuts. Sometimes they tend to offer too much chicken or sausages, but overall it was very good. I was not in the mood for meat that night, as were my companions, and opted for the buffet. I fixed myself a great plate of smoked salmon with arugula, mozzarella and swiss cheese with crusty bread. It was delicious too. Cheese cake for dessert rounded the meal. It was nice but pricey. Wines are very expensive, even national brands.
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