Passed it multiple times, the restaurant does not have its own parking. But finally I found a spot nearby and decided to have dinner. The interior causes mixed feelings: the floor and lower part of the walls is light grey wood - gives you a Mexx store feeling; when you look up it is Versalles style wallpapers that fall off here and there; the tables are standard for the BBQ type restaurants wit built in gas stoves. The menu design looks simple but professional - a description of the dishes and a picture (very helpful); the selection is quite right - not too few, not too many dishes. Prices are above average in Tana. But when the food arrived (I ordered soup with seafood and BBQ dish) I forgot about everything - wow, it was good. Looking forward to coming back.
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