Five of us ate dinner at La Tegala on 6:03:2013.
The building is impressive and the large windows give a great view of the surrounding area. We entered into a long narrow pleasant bar which was unmanned. The waitress greeted us and took us through to the dining room without offering us the choice of drinks at the bar. There were only two other couples eating when we arrived at eight and the atmosphere was subdued. It remained this way but it was mid-week and off season.
When we were presented with the menu we looked at each other. It was quite extensive and given the number of people in the restaurant seemed not a good sign. Each of us thought the food acceptable but none of us rated any dish highly. Overall each of us was disappointed.
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