The atmosphere is incredibly warm and friendly, if you book a room at the hotel, you’ll definitely end up making some new friends with other guests. The menu is meant to fuel up and not to impress — some snacks, salads and pasta, the chef is known to be working on monthly updates to add some variety though. For now there’s bruschetta (≈$3-4), Caesar with chicken (≈$5), Greek salad (≈$4) and French fries with creamy cheese sauce (≈$3). Main courses include pike perch with vegetables (≈$7), duck breast (≈$5), fried tofu (≈$4) and four kinds of pasta. Hearty healthy breakfast comes with eggs, cheese croutons and porridge, and on work days there’s a business lunch deal (≈$5).