Well executed menu with traditional staples. The history is unique, and certainly a reason to visit. Good location in the market square and interesting venue. The food was not extraordinary or special, but everything was well done and formally presented. We were skeptical that it would be tourist trap or food would really let us down, but we would go again. Don’t be put off by empty entrance... the proper restaurant is upstairs and busy but can’t be seen from ground level.
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