If you want to eat in this restaurant you will need to reserve a table, as it is extremely busy, mainly with locals. The dining rooms are candle lit and quite dark, but there is a good atmosphere in the place. We were all disappointed with our meal of tenderloin pork, as it was overcooked and not as tender as it should have been. However, the rest of the meal was excellent, and the salad was top class. The service was prompt, but a smile would have helped.
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