Bad service..burger wasnt very good..food took to long..service is a big problem..needs immediate attention
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The restaurant has a nice outside seating area to enjoy lunch or a coffee - though the coffee (I had a cappuccino) tasted very watery and not very good. Was not worth the price. The staff was generally friendly, but I found it irritating that...More
We tried only salads, sea food and chicken, and they were really good. They were well served, tasty and good amount. The price was reasonable.
Both casual free outside seating in the courtyard or formal seating inside. Excellent service and unobtrusive leaves you alone with your friends till closing time, size able food portions, to die for crisp salads and a choice of menu makes this place a regular with...More
I would rate this at a 3.5 if I could. The service was not as bad as some of the people on here are making it out to be. In fact, our waitress was impressed I tired to speak German to her and was very...More
We've eaten here so many times over the years. The food doesn't disappoint, though the portions are too large and it seems a lot of food goes to waste. But the service here is terrible, rude, arrogant. We notice the service is especially worse for...More
My friends and I love Starks, we've been lunching there for years now and while the prices and servings may vary from time to time we still stop by every couple of months!
Been here a couple of times and there's nothing really special but to observe people and pass time.. Much better to sit during summer.
While it wouldn't disappoint you very much, it wouldn't impress you very much, either. I wouldn't recommend this place to a tourist who make his/her stay memorable. Waiters/waitresses are only there to bring your meals/drinks to your table; They won't try to have a conversation...More
Nice outside place for seen and being seen. The best tomato soup ever (with nice cheese and pesto). All pizzas were deliciously dressed and came hot to the table, as the coffee. However, the schnitzels + potatoes were oily and somehow with industrialized taste (cheap!)....More