Typical trucker restaurant on a busy road: you pass by, you stop and eat, you don’t appreciate. It doesn’t matter, there are others to come.
We ate there for dinner because all other restaurants were closed (post season). What we had (lamb meet balls, herring) felt as bought next door at the super market. On top, rather expensive.
It was the worst of the 10 restaurants we tested during our holiday trip.
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