Very mixed feelings. On the one hand, most of the food we ordered was reasonable quality. On the other hand, the Greek salad seemed like a joke (a few grams of chopped onions, tomatoes and bell pepper with 2 tiny cubes of brynza on a plate), and the overall atmosphere was very Soviet in the worst sense of the word. Also, the waitress asked us to re-use the cutlery when the courses were changed. Not a big deal, really - but when added to a rather poor menu (and no desserts except ice-cream available), this prompted us to go elsewhere next time.
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