For the price we paid, it was worth every penny.
The starters wasn't homemade, tomato soup was like something out of a tin can, mixed with herbs and served with bread (which actually was very good!)
The main course was the best - originally profound and the presentation was intriguing. I loved - and was surprised by the good balance between chili and curry. Highly recommended. The course was chicken mixed with seafood.
The white wine was really good, as well as the amount served.
They could have gotten a full 5 stars from me, but the staff was not present and had NO interest in their guests - only each other, as they didn't smile any other place than to each other. So don't expect a sensational serving, as they make not notes when you order, which also resulted in getting the wrong starter for my girlfriend...
But if you can cope with that, it's absolutely worth a visit.
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