Went with a colleague who liked horse meat, I've never eaten it in my life and won't ever start. Tightly packed restaurant with little elbow room, like so many.I ordered fish, dile to be precise. When it arrived it was swimming in oil and although it looked large, there wasn't much to actually eat...must have been on a diet. It came with dry fries and a poor attempt of a salad. Didn't feel that I'd been served with a decent meal for the price.
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