Best octopus I've ever eaten. The menu isn't that big, which for me is a big plus. It's better to serve fewer items but done right. And boy they do prepare them the right way. They even showed us the piece of meat before cooking and you could tell that they care for good quality of their products.
If you're going to eat here, bring some time with you. Remember, it's not fast food and you maybe will have to wait a bit longer than usual. So sit down, relax, order a beer (or wine) and I promise you'll have forgotten the waiting time as soon as you take the first bite out of your meal.
A wee bit on the expensive side comparing to other restaurants in the vicinity, but definitely worth every penny.
Although the waiter (owner(?)) seemed a bit rude at the first impression, he turned out to be a really nice guy and goes to great lengths to make you a happy customer. So give him a chance if you happen to have the same first impression.
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