No big expectations, except hunger management. Big list, your basic Chinese & Thai cuisine, friendly service, food was brought surprisingly quickly and there certainly was enough of it. But we were very surprised when the bill was brought on the table without us having asked for it as soon as glasses were empty. We were not asked, whether we wanted dessert. We paid, but after that still remained seated immersed in conversation and in no hurry to go. The staff was looking at us wondering - that felt queer. The place was almost empty and not about to close. Hint to waiters: wait for customers to ask for the bill so that they don't feel they're being pushed out.
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