First I'm going to talk about the experience itself. Dining in a tram with friends is quite a unique experience, it was really cool. Even if I'm not into showing off or anything like that, it was fun to see people in the street looking at us.
Now the food...I'm disappointed. I understand the limitations of serving fine food in a tram, but there's no excuse for such small portions. The appetizer is gone in 2-3 bites, the main looks like an appetizer. And it wasn't that great at all, definitely worse than in an actual 1 star restaurant.
The service wasn't great either, also due to the fact that we were in a tram but not only. For example, the bread comes under the form of 4 tiny balls (really, the size of an appricot), we only got one refill cause the waiters were so busy. We only got sauce on our mains meat because I noticed the front of the tram had some, so we had to ask for it!
All in all I wouldn't advise anyone to go as, compared to an actual 1 star restaurant, it is more expensive, the service isn't nearly as good, the food is ok but tastes like "not enough". And the fact that all this is happening in moving tram doesn't make up for it.
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