Warm welcome from friendly staff; plain decor with starched tablecloths and napkins, comfortable chairs. The menu offers a wide selection but the staff find it difficult to explain exactly what each dish contains, so for those unfamiliar with such food it is a stimulating step into the unknown. For this reason, and the over-liberal use of lemon juice in the seasoning, I drop it one star rating.
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