Our experience at this restaurant caused us to wonder why a restaurant would risk its reputation on an intentional overcharge of a few Euros. We had the black pork dish, which can be described as good but not exceptional. Restaurant interior was pleasant. Service was not acceptable.
After requesting the wine list more than once within a single conversation with the waiter, we were asked to first consider a recommended wine pairing. The wine list wasn’t forthcoming, so we consented to the wine recommendation to move on to ordering our dinner instead of asking for the wine list again.
Before our dinner selection appeared, we were presented with bread, olives, etc., which we politely refused. These items were returned to the kitchen but not until after the waiter asked us to reconsider taking at least some olives and bread. Slightly annoyed, we kindly but abruptly refused again. Well, as it turned out, our check included charges for both bread and olives – charges that were obviously the result of padding the bill since ours was the only table being served.
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