We couldn't access the internet from the Hotel Ibis where we were staying so we didn't have the chance to properly research this place. Wish we had.
PROS: The Ribs were good
Shaun The waiter spoke excellent English
Terrible Food except the ribs
Terrible infighting between owner and server...petty stuff, the owner took away our waiter's pen, refused to give our waiter bread for our table (we saw all of this happening), and then refused our waiter's request that the stew be taken to the kitchen and kept warm while we ate our starter.
Terrible bathrooms. They desperately needed cleaning.
We were hoping we had stumbled on to a treasure and were so excited that we were at a restaurant which opened in 1901. But the history is the best thing about TATOC..everything else is a disappointment.
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