Helpful staff in this very budget friendly and authentic restaurant.
Food is ordered off an iPad . Takes a little getting used to but you'll soon get the idea.
The two things I didn't notice were , 1) they serve horse meat which out of principle I will not eat , 2) many of the dishes don't tell you what meat is used unless you ask (which usually turns out to be pork) . I'd prefer that everything on menu stated its meet content so I didn't have to ask .
We both enjoyed our food , there are many locals that eat in here and the food is very cheap too and the staff extremely friendly . Very small restaurant with pleasant atmosphere
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