We couldn't get a booking later than 5:30 p.m., which was good, because it was relatively quiet at that time and seemed to get frantically busy later. The waiter reeled off a long and mostly unintelligible list of specials, so we chose from the ones we had managed to hear. The food was good but the bill was a nasty shock - about $300 + tip for a fairly straightforward meal for 4 of us (including 2 who only drank water). This restaurant was recommended to us, but we found we could eat just as well in quieter surroundings elsewhere.
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