You can see that the chef is such a magnet. He looks like he's having a lot of fun and that makes the dining experience that much more fun, too! I was the only vegetarian in our group of 6, and he just said "don't worry". We didn't really order our dishes, but we just stated some preferences (me=vegetable dishes, others=this or that kind of meat) and waited. And we were right to trust the chef. I loved the eggplant dish (which I loved so much I asked for the recipe - which of course is the chef's secret), and others seemed happy with their meat dish too. Two big pots for everyone to share, with lots of little condiments (pickles, spices) and bread. I love this way of eating and sharing food! Our local friends made sure that we didn't leave the restaurant without witnessing the famous dessert art, which was another fun little memory from the restaurant. Even though we were all already very full and we almost felt bad eating the desserts (because the plates looked so pretty), we managed to finish them all too.
From what I heard, the restaurant is always booked, so you NEED a reservation, which I think is a good sign that the place is well-liked by the locals.
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