The sign near the Kempinski Hotel stated 200m to this restaurant. Ideal, we thought. In fact it was probably 4 times that distance. On reaching it we thought that we had found a very nice upmarket restaurant and were shown to a table outside, in the square. Pleasant situation on a warm evening. Drinks order was taken quickly but was not correctly fulfilled. A number of couples / families arrived soon after us, some with bookings, so we thought that we had done well to arrive when we did. We ordered main courses and waited .... and waited. Some time after our order was taken, the young waiter arrived to take our order - one hand did not know what the other was doing. After about 40 minutes a stuffed mushroom was placed in front of each of us - and other diners. No explanation for this or apology for the delay. A French family who had been served these plus bread waited a bit longer and then departed, having taken nothing. Other diners stared to make comments "This is a restaurant, not a theatre" and "Faulty Towers"
After 75 mins our main courses arrived - a chicken pasta and an avocado salad - not difficult to prepare. They were good but not exceptional. Minimal apologies for the delay - "everyone arrived at once".
We did order the Creme Brulee as we were assured it would not take long. They came straight from the fridge, heavy and tasted of custard powder. Certainly not made from eggs and cream. When it came to paying the bill we were offered a complimentary drink but by then we just wanted to leave. If we had been offered a complimentary drink and some bread during the long wait it might have improved things a bit..... First impressions were very good which made it particularly disappointing.