At around 400 for a set menu, we decided to share between two, which didn't leave us hungry. This still worked out fairly expensive, especially considering the mediocre quality of what was served and 50 for a beer.
But there is far more on offer than food.
On entering the place, we had to traverse a corridor lined by musicians, 'playing us in'.
Once inside, we were met with opulence the like of which I've rarely seen. Warm, carpeted, extensive lounging sofas, professional (if impersonal) service, live traditional music and a general air of decadence meant that the visit was a memorable experience.
If money wasn't part of the equation, I would definitely want to come back.
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