Food is nothing above average. Just good bread and ok coffee, main meals are very ordinary and a bit overpriced for what you get. The place is also very loud and has terrible service, it takes forever to get a waiter to bring you something besides bread.
What I found to be terrible and preposterous was the ignorance and lack of respect from the manager and employees towards a blind client. According to the manager Guide dogs are not allowed in the restaurant, as far as I know guide dogs are allowed by law practically everywhere in the world, except for this place according to the managers ignorance. Because of this incident I decided to pay my bill and leave, and will never give them another of my hard earned dollars even though I am scheduled to visit the city frequently in the coming year. In the same way I will advise all of my colleagues and travelers to do the same. This reminds me of my college days, where I saw guide dogs being trained all over the University facilities like they were another student.
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