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Reheated food that had been pre-prepared or frozen (so it came cold and tasted horrific), bland and tasteless food, not as ‘traditional’ as they like to suggest and the wine was mediocre and super acidic. I would never recommend this place to anyone - avoid...avoid avoid!!!! I don’t know what the fuss is about because frankly I feel we were robbed of our money - the food and the service was terrible. If you do end up going (if you are that desperate for food and can’t find anywhere else) I would NOT listen to the hosts ‘suggestion’ but pick your own food and make sure it is cooked on sight - go a la carte.More
The food are amaizing.The owners are very friendly and welcoming.The food are homemade and very reasonable prices.If you are looking for place to eat delicious traditional food you need to visit this a little restaurant.I would like to recommend everyone this place.I will turn back...here❤️ thans a lotMore
While this place may be a good choice for lunch I would not recommend for dinner. The portions were large but the food was just okay. We were served within 5 minutes of ordering so I had the feeling that the numerous dishes had been...cooked earlier and reheated in the microwave. We didn't enjoy the meal at all.More
Nice table on the shaded terrace, qöfte meatballs were rather dry and tasteless, village salad was OK. At the end we were rushed away because the owner wanted to give our table to two Germans who smoked (and thus were not able to be seated...indoor)More
We've seen some very negative reviews here, but this is TripAdvisor so that's to be expected. Ignore them, and eat here - ideally in the evening, as at lunch time in season the place can be swamped due to the coach tourists who flood into...the Citadel. The owner, Koço, is a legend and if he's on form you can expect compulsory raki (on the house). Koço's wife and daughter do the cooking, and we're puzzled by the negative comments from a few of the reviewers here - it's all made fresh that day, and is invariably delicious, with plenty of vegetable dishes. I'd say this is a place to go if you enjoy a glass or two of wine and know how to have fun; it's definitely *not* a place for the po-faced. If you have a rod stuck up your backside then there are plenty of restaurants down in the town that will be more than happy to cater for you.More