This was fun to eat seated around an old, huge ficus tree. What surprised me was that for a tourist place, the prices were quite reasonable and the food was quite good. Some of the portions are rather large, so try the same thing in an appetizer - you can always order more if still hungry. Be sure to stroll around and look at the wonderfully handcrafted wood tables and chairs (all different) with some unusual pedestals and one large table in particular made from just one slab.
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