The restaurant looks nice and cosy. What I immediatly notices, which was kinda unhandy, were the seats/tables located just in front of the restaurant. Due to this it was very difficult to pass to the inside (you literally had to ask people to move).
Inside the service was started, but there wasn't really a "welcome" by the host of the restaurant. We ordered drinks first and it took a while before they came but we were patient. Then I ordered an ham-cheese backed egg. It felt like ages before that arrived, which was kinda strange seeing not that many customers in the restaurant.
When finally the egg was delivered, it was okay to eat, though it was very thick and extremely large (would have been enough for 3 persons). A dissapointment was the "salade" which was like cumcumber with some dressing (it didn't taste bad though), but most dissapointing was the bread. It was white bread, but it wasn't toasted. I mean you would expect some toasted bread with your egg, right? The bread was the chepeast white bread hit with some butter. I had the feeling the egg, bread and "salade" where just thrown on the plate, not much of decoration time/love in it. A pitty. The Egg was though with some salt okay to eat. When we wanted to pay, all payed with cash but I wanted to do maestro. When we asked this young lad if we could split the bill, he said, it isn't possible. But when we asked someone else, it was possible. The bill was very pricy. A drink and an egg, 10 euro's and 25 cents. We weren't thanked for the stay, and we felt like; leave this restaurant, well of course we had to move through the people again who were blocking the entrance.
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