The atmosphere is lovely. We sat downstairs next to the piano player and under a canopy of grapevines. The food was good not great but the staff was very attentive.
My husband was not feeling well and by the time his lamb dinner came he was feeling worse. When he didn't eat his lamb the staff inquired and offered more sides of rice or potatoes.
The best was when we inquired about ice cream they looked confused but after a short pantomime of mine they quickly left the restaurant and went down the street to return with a large very chocolatey chocolate ice cream double scoop for our son.
A+ for accommodating hungry Americans!
Our meal was about $65 for appetizers, one large salad, three meals, two G&t's, one glass of good red wine and one dessert. Great value.
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