First of all … just go there. Make a reservation, endure filling up the membership form, choose a seat close to the kitchen and enjoy the show. The food preparation and consumption is a spectacle first, but make no mistake, food is great. How can a small stuff of 4-5 cook and serve 200 people? Go and see. Good old communist cafeteria rules and efficiencies, under the watchful eyes of Marx and Lenin presiding over the oven, meet exuberance of Italian hospitality. Listen to the cries of the barker announcing the dishes. Shoulder your way to the counter and EAT everything. Skip breakfast and lunch on the day in question, you will need the space. After the joyful 3 hour banquet the restaurant space is transformed in minutes into a small traditional stage theater and the captivated (red wine is decent, comes from the “barrel” and quantity is unlimited) audience enjoys the show most of them seem to be quite familiar with. If you don’t want to stay for the entire 1.5 hour cabaret performance you can take seats in the back and escape quietly.
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