Even though it said "slow food" on the menu, nothing could have prepared me for this. My parents and I ordered fairly simple dishes, spaghetti with eggplants (very pretentiously called Lilac pasta even though it was not lilac-coloured) and a chicken sandwich with basil mayonnaise. They took an hour and ten minutes to serve us, and when we complained the chef sent a "complimentery appetizer" which consisted of a piece of stale cheese.
The entrees were horrendous. My lips were chapped from all the salt in my chicken sandwich, and nothing in the dished justified the fact that they had taken 70+ minutes to serve. Slow food means there's a certain level of production that a chicken sandwich has never required.
Aunque en la carta decía Slow food, nada podía habernos preparado para esta catástrofe. Una hora y diez minutos estuvimos esperando una pasta con berenjena (pretenciosamente llamada Pasta Lila aunque de Lila no tenía nada) y un sánduche de pollo. Obviamente estos no son platos que requieran una cocción particularmente elaborada, por lo que el argumento de slow food se queda sin piso. De "cortesía" nos dieron un pedazo de queso viejo (no maduro) diminuto. Pésimo lugar.
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