Others had accurately described Pangea as special. The decor itself is fairly plain; and the hard surfaces of the floor, walls and ceiling meant that the reflected sound made the place noisy. The menu, however, was creative and focused on natural and local contents; and the food was delicious. Far from inexpensive, however, especially after adding alcohol and wine--all of which were quite good.
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