Wonderful tavern with a lovely garden and ambiance. Even though we had to wait a while till we were offered the drinks at the beginning (all the waiters seemed to be very busy for quite a while), the rest of the service run really smooth - we felt taken care of. The choice of dishes was a pleasant change from the traditional and classic tavern offering. And even though for some of the starters the mix of the ingredients and spices could had been balanced slightly better for our taste (for instance, the parsley salad was overwhelmingly acid, killing the taste of the parsley while the lentil salad was a bit too plain), overall the quality of food met our expectations. The fish plate was a very good mix of the seafood. The bread basket though is something definitely to be improved - we were brought a nice and generously looking bread basked with the cover (you'd expect to find fresh, warm bread and maybe event a butter underneath). It was somewhat surprising to find only 4 thin and dry slices of white bread and 3 small paximadia. Hmm, what kind of calculation and what kind of saving was that? Apart from other small nuances, overall it was a lovely experience.
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