We were here for a couple of cold beers (light Svyturys did not disappoint), service was fairly prompt (a bit too prompt, mains were served as we were still finishing off starters). Menu is large and was written in 92648 languages so was like flipping through a dictionary, but wait staff spoke English. We had the specialty avocado starter and cold beet soup which were both tasty, and then a chicken dish with "prawn sauce" (a couple of shrimps on top of the chicken) which was not overly spectacular, and some fried potato dumplings which were good value for money. Had a royal cheesecake for dessert which was beautifully presented but upon closer inspection, decorated with frozen fruit. Overall for €32, can't complain, but don't expect anything out of the ordinary.
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