Like most of the restaurants on "restaurant row" or Saryarka, this place ain't bad, but it seems to just be missing something. Perhaps it is the total lack of authenticity. The restaurant, which is supposed to be European, lacks the warmth and charm of a real European beer hall. It doesn't help that it's usually empty, and too expensive for what you get. Sure, our entrees were fine, but they sure were not cheap, and despite the fact that we were the only ones in the place, the service was hard to locate when we needed anything. In short, the food is just fine, but the experience is lacking.
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