Restaurant is very busy and somehow crowded. The operators tried to fit many tables in a relatively small room. Consequently it was very noisy. Making our way to the toilet in-between the tables and chairs was very tricky.
The gluten-free pizza was half the size of the regular pizza. The filling was good, but the pastry was not. They said that they do not make the gluten free dough themselves, but buy it. Nothing was done when we remarked about this.
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