Pinhan was an exciting offer in the place of the cafe it replaced, bringing a fusion of turkish and spanish-european dishes to this great location in Turo Parc. But the concept stops there as unfortunately the six or seven tables are waited on by profoundly uninterested, lethargic staff and an even more uninterested owner.
We gave it several tries over the week, but this place can only serve as an example of how not to run a business. All of which would be OK if the food and drinks were anything to write home about; they are not. Portions are tiny, prices high and...service dreadful. Farewell Pinhan, time to allow someone more deserving to take your lovely place.
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