First of all, I must admit a slight negative bias from the start as I am not a fan of gypsy-like styling (you may say, fool on you for going to a gypsy lair). I was hoping that the food would overcome my inital kitsch-phobia. Unfortunately, it didn't. The portions were either too big or too small; the promised flavours failed to materialise; and much of what was on the menu seemed to be unavailable. The deserts were again not so great - macaroons may have looked the part, but seemed to have very little almonds and the paste seemed to be a butter and sugar concoction.
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