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Basta Neo Bistro

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"Newbie of the neighbourhood🤩Gastronomic corner at your district. I went there during winter so I can only define the atmosphere inside. Also in summer I will prefer inside. The uniqueness of this place as ambiance is the open kitchen amd chef plates. You can admire all the process of your food at the open kitchen by your table nearby. The conguratiob of the soace is rectanfular and open kitchen and the tables are located paralel to the long edges of that rectangle so that they provide you watching the cooking experince during having your first wine while waiting🍷 There are so many nice meals but espacially if meat/chicken is not your fav, here you can taste very delicious meals without them as well. Favourites from the menu; 🖤Hummus & Fumette Meat 🖤Tarama 🖤Ravioli with onion, piselliand asparagus"
"French Bistro concept from the chefs of the Basta Street Food Bar "

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