They are Chinese, but they want to cash big; they do Japanese food, because it sells well, and they add Mongolian, because it's similar to Chinese but it's not considered synonim of dirty yet. They have all you can eat menu, so they need to save money on the raw materials; they probably save on staff too, because they are poorly trained and all but enthusiastic about serving customers. The owner plays videogames in a corner. The food is ok, low quality even by Chinese standard, but not abysmal. The problem is the bill: 2 euro cover, 3 euro for one litre of tap water, 5 euro for a bite-sized Japanese dessert, 13 euro for three stale lamb-chops, about 7 fot two smallish skewers of pork lamb and chicken. Final bill, 48 euro for two people, and we were still hungry.
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