On a trip to the old town, the 4 of us were inticed into this restaurant by a little old guy. It was rather quaint, a nice street side patio and the day was lovely. Our waitress Anita gave us menus which were in English but the prices were in Croation dollars. She recommended a bottle of white wine for us. 3 of us had tortelini and my husband had fish. Imagine my horror when checking my VISA bill (they don't take Euros or U.S.) that that little lunch cost us $177.00 Cdn! The bottle of wine was $85.00 Cdn. and the fish dinner was $35.00 Cdn. The tortelini was reasonable at $15.00 each and a large bottle of water was $3.60. The food was okay but I feel we were taken advantage of. We had to ask Anita twice to bring us our bill. I think she was wondering if we'd "catch on" to being screwed, but not having done our homework regarding the value of the Croation dollar, I guess it was our own fault.....but I'm still ticked off!
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