We went here for dinner on may 19th. Our waitress was very nice and spoke good English. We ordered tap water, two main courses, a wine and a beer. the food was ok, nothing special and we were given a basket of bread along with the food. we knew it was going to be expensive but were shocked when the bill arrived . we had been charged 450 sek for the tap water and 390 sek for the bread! what was more shocking was their euro exchange rate. they said that the total of 634 sek was the equivalent of €90. By the real exchange rate it should have been about €70! We complained and they took the bread and water off the bill but their exchange rate did not change. Beware of paying the euro price on the bill in this restaurant, going on the days exchange they are charging 15% extra! by the way we didn't pay in euro!
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