The moment we stepped into this restaurant, we felt that we were not welcome here. Well, the "facial expressions" of the waiter and waitress were that obvious, after all. And again, their service attitude proved that we were correct about our intuitions. I wondered that if it was related to my identity as an Asian or not... well, just wondering. After ordering the meal, I asked her where the bathroom was (the restaurant was very dark, or I could find the way to the bathroom by myself), she quickly pointed at a rough direction, saying Czech (Cuz I had no idea what she was talking, I guess it was Czech) and walked away very, very quickly without making sure if I understood her instruction or not. (I didn't assume everyone in Czech should speak English, but if she understood my question, how come she didn't answer me in English?) Later, I asked my friend and made sure about the direction by ourselves.
The following service was disappointing, too. All I could recalled were quick motions and aloof attitude. The meal was so-so, not really satisfying. Well, one could have a better choice, definitely. In the end, I asked my friend not to tip her, but my friend still offered her tips.
To conclude, this restaurant didn't provide us any good service, and the so-so meal cost us more than 25 Euros. And by the way, we didn't pay to see you "turning up your nose at us."
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