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My employer named me the Best Performer and presented me a gift card to visit this restaurant. I invited my local friend for the dinner. Both of us enjoyed the food. And I mentioned the stylish design of the hall.
I wasn’t sure the money...More
Nice ambiance. Almost empty. Starters: Bruchetta was a little odd, but rather tasty. Onion soup was good.
Chicken with fries for our daughter was good.
Had duck. Taste was not good. Maybe the duck had been laying around to long? . Don't know
I had pre-booked table by E- Mail,
something that went very easy to arrange.
When we got seeted, the waitress insisted that we had ordered a weekly menu,
and said that we had agreed this in advance.
When I argued that this was not agreed...More
This place seems to have been around since prehistoric times so we were excited to finally check it out. What a let down. First, I had to practically beg the waiter to speak Latvian with me. His accent in English was just as bad as...More
Five men, all had some sort of steak. Cooked well, properly seasoned, with good sides. Service was spot on, and the location was nicely decorated, but not overdone. I will take friends and business meetings to this restaurant.
Visited for late lunch. Nicely done out. Side order of frozen fries came with main course (4€ if ordered separately). A half decent takeaway can manage fresh fries so not sure why a large restaurant is palming off customers with frozen rubbish. Would have rated...More
One of my companions chose the Restaurant Week menu and enjoyed all the courses. An absolute bargain for 15 Euros.
The French onion soup was delicious.
The main courses : lamb filet, salmon filet and pork ribs were all complimented by the diners.