We couldn't work out here what was going on. We went into the one which was (we were told) not the authentic one but trading off the same name. The "real" one has lots of breads in the window and cabinets with things for sale up the stairs.
We ate in the "wrong" bakery and something didn't feel right to us (and things made sense when we found the bakery with same name further down the street). The service was very poor and they served my girlfriend an uncooked baked potato with cheese. She sent it back to find it brought back 40 minutes later with burnt cheese and now cooked potato. We didn't tip the waiter but did leave a small tip in the donation box we hoped was going to the funding of a childrens school. The waiter didn't need to say anything, he looked at us with complete disdain as we left. I hardly ever don't leave a tip but we decided the service and her food had been so poor that it did not warrant one.
So watch out if you are visiting here and I'd like to find out more about the charity work especially if there are two competing businesses/charities?
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