Enjoyed the ambience with waiters in traditional costumes, decor resembles ethnographic museum displays, wooden containers for condiments and pieces of raw garlic which we weren't sure were to be eaten or just for decoration but we bit into a slice anyway, sharp and raw!
Unknowing ordered two portions, one the pork skewers with fries, beans, sliced cabbage and carrot, and a pork stew in an onion-tomato sauce with mushrooms. Decided to eat only the stew and take away the grilled meat which still tasted good after a day in the hotel fridge!
The pork stew tasted more like chicken and was so-so, ordered it only because the barbecued ribs were not available.
Presentation was imaginative, in a metal pot and large wooden board.
Service was pleasant, the young waiter obligingly packed the takeaway, thoughtfully including 2 sets of plastic cutlery and paper napkins. The bill was about 28 levas which we thought reasonable for so much food.
We went at 2pm for lunch so it wasn't that crowded but reservations should be made, I guess, for peak times or for dinner.
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