First I do mean the food. We had no choice but must select our dishes out of a six or seven items list orally presented. The four things we chose were average, not more. We were in a lot of other Slovenian restaurants without Fodor forks, where we ate better. Mediocre also was the wine choice which was made for us: a Mersault type of white, whereas we had asked for something light and dry. And the "best" was, third in line: They charged 40 Euros for this bottle as well as for one (lighter and drier) that we took home with us. The total bill was around 140, and 80 out of this for two really simple bottles of white wine. I do not like to argue about prices when with company. But this was really quite brazen, and the reason why I do not recommend to anybody to visit this establishment.
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