We could hardly have imagined that our starters alone would have constituted what passes for a main course in many restaurants but they did and we knew we'd struggle to finish a first-class meal. Fried mixed vegetables were succulent and tasty while the sausages were divine. I'd ordered a mixed seafood platter main course and nearly panicked at the enormity of it but found the courage to enjoy some of the best fish I've had. My wife's lamb chops were tasty and the portion generous again. We could not face the idea of dessert but were nevertheless presented with a portion each of delicious cake and a small jug of strawberry raki. The service was brisk and courteous throughout. As to whether we rated our meal, I'm writing this review between courses during our second visit.
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