Sunday, December 28, 2008

Lunch at Chat Qui Rit

If you are feeling hungry after all those scenic breathe-in and photo shooting, you can hop over to this buffet-style cafe along the streets (we followed the instructions by Rick Steve)
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They serve lots of food; and you are free to choose
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Feast on em' desserts!
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Our lunch while we rest our feet from all those walking and enjoy our food...ah, such bliss!
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I am not sure whether there are any more places to eat in; but Chat Qui Rit was not too bad:)

2 comments:

  1. This self-service restaurant is greatly overpriced. The food is decent if you don't mind the hot foods being reheated in a microwave oven. The prices we were quoted were several Euros lower than the actual prices we were charged, and they added a 1 Euro per person cover charge. If you don't mind paying 18 Euros per person for lunch, then maybe this is the place for you. However, there are many better restaurants serving food of equal quality for half that price!

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  2. Really?
    Actually I kinda find most of the European food were on the high side, perhaps you can share more places with me too next time?

    Thanks for dropping by! =)

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