A nice spot on the path from the museum to the theatre but they do try and cram people in. If you don’t mind sitting cheek to cheek with total strangers then you’ll be fine here. Food ok but expensive and, having taken a photo of the tall, skinny, grey haired ‘chef’ eating from prepared plates of food with his fingers we won’t be going back. Good luck.
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