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    • ADRESS:
      3/F, 195 Anfu Lu,
      near Wulumuqi Lu
      安福路195号3楼, 近乌鲁木齐路
    • PHONE:
      5404 0200
    • AREA:
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    • METRO:
      10 mins walk from Changshu Rd
    • HOURS:
      Mon-Fri,
      Lunch: 11am-2pm
      Dinner: 5pm-10:30pm
      Sat-Sun,
      brunch: 11am-4pm
    • CARDS:
      Local and international cards accepted
    • PRICE:
      $$$$$
    • WEB:
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    • SmartShanghai.com Editor's Description
      An intimate, casual little bistro from Craig Willis. Looks like an apartment, cooks simple, tasty dishes like the friend who's always showing up everyone else at the dinner party. Willis has been the longtime chef for the Wagas group; this restaurant marks his settling down.
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  • PUMPKIN PUMPKIN PUMPKIN
    For Mr Willis on July 23, 2013
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    roseee
    Joined Nov 24, 2012
    Is Usa
    Posted 6 Reviews
    The food at Mr. Willis top notch food. But this review is about the pumpkin. The pumpkin, as my friend told me before eating it

    "Will change your life"

    That was 2 years ago and I go back for the pumpkin at least once a month. Sometimes not eating anything else cause the place can be expensive if you don't like your date, or you are just by yourself in the area for lunch.


    Get 2 orders of the pumpkin and you'll be a fan.

    The beef is great, but expensive around 600 RMB. Can feed 4 and is mouthwatering.

    The food is always good including the chicken and the fish, but this review is about the pumpkin. Good god

    Expect to spend 400 if trying to keep price low and up to 600 for 2.

    Also, try the sticky date pudding for desert. Girls and guys love it. Favorite restaurant in Shanghai.
    Scrumptious meal at Mr Willis
    For Mr Willis on April 30, 2013
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    PronSH
    Joined Apr 30, 2013
    Is Malaysian
    Posted 7 Reviews
    My husband and I come here to celebrate special occasions. The dining experience here is rather personal as the restaurant takes one reservation for the dinner slot. Hence, you hardly see a queue and neither you feel rushed. Only setback is the place is rather small and it can get quite noisy at times depending on the crowd. The signature dish is the suckling pig. The meat is so tender that it melts in your mouth and the skin is cook to perfection. The crackling skin is so crisp and yummy. Pastas and pizzas are good. The pizzas are from La Strada. The deserts are alright. Tonight we had the chocolate truffles, wouldn't recommend it as it was way too chocolately for us. Wine prices are pretty steep, the cheapest a bottle of Longview bucket Shiraz Cabernet savignon cost about rmb 300 plus. Normally it's only rmb 128 per bottle at Baker and Spice. Skip the wine and enjoy the cocktails and beer and the suckling pig which is not to be missed. Remember to make reservation, it's a must.
    Buzzy Brunch
    For Mr Willis on September 2, 2012
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    cheryl chong
    Joined Jan 13, 2009
    Is singapore
    Posted 10 Reviews
    Been here for dinner many times and spontaneously decided to walk in yesterday for brunch. Thankfully the Saturday brunch crowd was as casually-dressed as I was. My poached egg was perfect. I asked to swap the bacon for mushrooms and they certainly didn't do a sloppy replacement. The mini almond croissants were more midi in size and sweeter than I like. Has become one of my top choices for weekend (eggs) brunch
    Honest review
    For Mr Willis on April 5, 2012
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    SSJses
    Joined Apr 4, 2012
    Is German
    Posted 2 Reviews
    I'm surprised to see not many reviews for Mr Willis, considering how busy it always is.. I have been here maybe a few dozen times, so I feel I can give a review which outlines clearly the good and the bad. I cannot fault their food. The food never disappoints, and this is what brings me back.. the consistency!! Something which other SH places cannot grasp. I must say though, the service, is awful. From the rude dismissive hostess (or manager?) to the staff who ignore your s.o.s style arm waving, it's almost awe inspiring how it can be this way. But if you aren't too bothered by a bit of slow service if the food is good, definitely go to visit Mr Willis.
    Limited lunch menu
    For Mr Willis on March 7, 2012
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    iThrowLikeaGirl
    Joined Apr 19, 2011
    Is USA
    Posted 6 Reviews
    Tried their set lunch the other day...was a bit disappointed by the options. Almost everything sounded, well, boring.

    I ended up with the spinach salad--lots of lovely veggies but just swimming in oil, and when I asked for some vinegar, they brought me--more oil!

    The risotto main was pretty bland although I guess I should have known when it's only described as having leeks and cream.

    My friend ordered off the specials list and had a delicious risotto with asparagus and cheese. But then you are paying a la carte price, and what's the point of being there for lunch?

    Overall not super impressed but I will probably give it another try down the road and see if they have any other new items on offer.
    Super busy, interesting food
    For Mr Willis on January 17, 2012
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    Rein
    Joined May 10, 2008
    Is Chinese
    Posted 1 Reviews
    The restaurant was super busy even on a Thursday night. When we are leaving at 9.30 pm, a new group was just arriving. Tables are close to each other and they were all occupied, understably noisy. So sweet words whispering into her ears are not necessarily well received. You practically have to half-scream to get through.
    Pizza was thin but surprisingly not crispy. Maybe my bar was raised high after trip in Italy, had some real good ones.
    Good to spot some good looking people though.
    Great food & setting, bad service
    For Mr Willis on December 11, 2010
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    Bobcat
    Joined Mar 1, 2009
    Is Chineses American
    Posted 8 Reviews
    Just went to Mr. Willis for brunch today. Prob never gonna go back after being treated 2nd rate by the staff.

    Previously I had try to go with my friends who were visiting from the US, it was a super busy day and we didn't make a reservation. I asked how long was the wait, the reply was 20 minutes which was acceptable. After 15 minutes, I asked another staffer and the reply to me "oh the tables are fully reserved so sorry no table" ok I got the message no table so no point in waiting. So we left. I was determined next time to first make a reservation.

    Today with my family, I called to make reservation at 10:30. The staffer replied no seats until after 1 pm, I said thanks and was prepared to take them to element fresh. But I felt persistent and ten minutes later I called back. I was able to get a seat at 12:30 which was great.

    Upon sitting down, we were presented the menu. My dad was impressed and kept mentioning how he would like to come back with his friends. Waited awhile, b/c all the staff seemed very busy. I waved down a lady, presumed to be manager because she dressed differently. She pretended to not notice me, and at that point I was like man, what a total b*tch face, turns out I hit the hammer on the nail.

    Finally she came back. We ordered french toast, eggs benedict and fruit salad. For drinks I ordered a coffee and my father ordered one which he told the lady that he would split with his wife. At that point the lady immediately gave my dad this weird look in which she TOLD my dad that it was weird to order a coffee to be split between two people. At that point my dad was fuming, telling her "hey if i order the coffee i should be able do what i want with it, right?". I was pissed and I told her how can she say something like that. Her face immediately got red and she apologized.

    After that, the food came and we thought it was tasty but portions were kinda meager. I wanted to order an additional spinach omelette but was unable to flag anyone down. The lady saw me trying to flag her down, but again she was avoiding us. Note: At this point, alot of people were coming in and the staff were focusing too much on them and not helping the customers already seated.

    So, finally we just asked for the check and left. We were there for a total of like 25 minutes. No chance for me to enjoy the coffee (which was great), recover from my hangover, chit chat with my pops, lounge around & read the newspaper. This totally didn't feel like brunch, it was just bad service ruining what could have been a great sat day.

    This was one of the worst brunch experiences I've had in Shanghai.

    I think the lady who took are order needs to be more courteous. Even if it was weird to order a coffee and split it, it wasn't in her position to say so. So what, were being cheap? No need to be a b*tch face about it. Besides, its not like i'm at a buffet and ordering a plate for one for a family of three.
    Aussie style comfort food
    For Mr Willis on December 4, 2010
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    aaronwoo
    Joined Dec 4, 2010
    Is Australian
    Posted 1 Reviews
    The place is packed throughout the weekend, you got to book it a day in advance to avoid disappointment.

    - For first timer, try their brunch on the weekend from 11am - 4pm.
    - A wide selection and reasonable priced wine list
    - I reckon Mr Willis got one of the best bread baskets in Shanghai.
    - quality olive oil and pink salt flake on the table - impressed!
    - well trained staff
    - food are good in general, just the cheese pizza is not cheesy enough.
    - and they do real coffee (not starbucks style coffee)

    A very Sydney Surry hills restaurant.
    Nothing was spectacular
    For Mr Willis on August 10, 2010
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    aoki
    Joined Aug 10, 2010
    Is uk
    Posted 1 Reviews
    We finally hit Mr. Willis last weekend.
    Place looks nice enough inside; what I liked was that the sound level never got too high. Also the open kitchen is cool.
    Staff is attentive and well trained. Place is quite busy. Seemed to be a large number of the moneyed Shanghai set - and not just Westerners- in the place.

    They put bread on the table - baked in their own bakery downstairs. They also put a petri dish of olive oil with a hint of Balsamic vinegar on the table. Not enough to drown a gnat. What's the point of that?
    Appetizers were very good.
    Mains were not so great. One of the party didn't like her Salmon. All felt that the Roast chicken was quite good, but nothing was spectacular.
    We also split some desserts; Creme Brulee was poor- downright boring, and the Pavlova was rescued by a great berry coulis on top, but otherwise bland.
    Wine list was also quite good and reasonably priced by Shanghai standards.

    Food was fine over all, but not great. Service and timing was top-notch. As good as anything I have experienced in Shanghai. I am not sure that I would be rushing back there due to the price tag associated with the non-exceptional food. Mrs. Aoki said she definitely didn't want to return.
    Worst Experience in a Western restaurant ever
    For Mr Willis on July 8, 2010
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    antifur
    Joined Sep 10, 2006
    Is 3
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Went to Mr Willis after watching a show at Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre with a friend. It was my first time, third time for my friend and after having what we've been through, I'm pretty sure we won't go back.

    When we first sat down, we were told the table was booked while there is no reserved sign on the table. The Filipino manager told us a group of 4 customers are on their way and they made very specific request they want this table by the window. It was 10pm, we were like ok, let's see what happens. We weren't so hungry and the two of us ordered a salad to share, I don't remember the name of the salad but the portion was shockingly small for a western restaurant, not worth of the money we paid at all, especially knowing this is the same owner of wagas, what happened to the management?

    We also ordered mojitos which was disappointing to the most and just as pricey as in other pretentious places.

    Lastly, the bread basket, what kind of bread did they make? I wonder, the texture of the bread is somewhat similar to rubber.

    By the time we were about to leave the restaurant, it was almost 11pm, I asked the waiter what time this place closes, he said 12. And the group of 4 the manager expecting still didn't show up. I asked the manager to give us an explanation. She said the reservation was made by Hilton hotel and the restaurant has a priority for hotel VIP guests, enough to piss me off and teach her a lesson. Actually I didn't even lose my temper, I just told her this is unacceptable everywhere and even you do have a priority like this, don't be stupid enough to tell other customers. She offered dessert and we didn't take it.

    I will never return and make sure people I know don't go there.
    Mr. Willis!!!
    For Mr Willis on April 3, 2010
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    canadianpursegirl
    Joined Oct 19, 2007
    Is 0
    Posted 7 Reviews
    This place and the food is sublime.

    1. The goat cheese souffle - 4 stars
    2. All the veggie sides, especially the mashed peas are a delight
    3. The artichoke salad is big and full of yumminess
    4. The snapper tartare was lovely
    5. Flank steak was cooked and seasoned very well
    6. Pink mojitos was a very nice twist
    7. It\'s super cute in there

    I whole heartedly recommend this place. Everyone in our dinner party was very happy.
    So Disapointed
    For Mr Willis on February 12, 2010
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    expatcisca
    Joined May 21, 2007
    Is 0
    Posted 1 Reviews
    Last week I ate at Mr. Willis and had a very good meal, although a bit pricy their Rocket Salad was perfect, the lasagna with the Bechamel sauce worth coming back for. The Pavlova so so, the bread fantastic.

    Last night I went back because I wanted some more of that wonderful lasagna. My friend and I shared a bread basket and the Rocket salad which were wonderful.

    Her veal steak which she ordered medium came back raw. The waiter even offered to take it back for further cooking without being asked.

    My lasagna did not even resemble the lasagna from the previous week. This time the sauce tasted like someone had just mixed butter and flour and forgot to add the cream to the Bechamel sauce. Some of the bites were so full of pepper it was just not edible.
    Then there were the big fat Chinese white mushrooms. I am all for fusion foods and mixing ingredients from different countries to make a creative dish but these big flavorful meaty mushrooms did not belong in the lasagna.

    I don't mind paying for good food. But for 550 RMB we had a terrible meal. Someone in the kitchen should pay closer attention to what they send out.
    When we told the waiter that the food was not very good he just took our plates and stared at them for a while and then disappeared.

    Will not go back again.
    Wont go back for 2nd time
    For Mr Willis on December 20, 2009
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    vodka_gal
    Joined Dec 20, 2009
    Is chinese
    Posted 1 Reviews
    i went there for a friend`s birthday party
    when we just entered, i was quite impressed by the deco, very nice and warm, and its packed with people ! but the only good feeling stoped from there !

    we asked them to keep the cake we brought in the fridge, and we were informed that we will be charged 100 yuan for brining our own cake in restaurant! Ridiculous !!!!but we still paid and glad that we did, because the deserts from their restaurant is really soso!

    the food is over-priced for its quality
    the staffs are efficient ,but have no smile on their face ,and overall not so friendly

    its good to discover a new restaurant, but i wont go back and definately wont reccomand this one to friends
    Service staff seeks Mentor for self improvement. . .
    For Mr Willis on December 11, 2009
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    squideyes
    Joined Dec 11, 2009
    Is USA
    Posted 1 Reviews
    For Shanghai standards, the food at Mr. Willis is pretty good. Its elevated home cooking, and though the sides on the entrees are uninspired, at least the mains they come with-- salmon, roast chicken, suckling pig were cooked quite excellently- not overdone, with the skin crisp. But if you are considering going here with a group, try somewhere else, where the service is seasoned.

    We booked in advance to have a prix fixe menu since our party was larger. We settled on menu that included open bar on house wine, beer, sodas, select liquors. Our party ended up just drinking the house wine all night... but not very much-- maybe 4 bottles? With 13 people at the table, we requested to have 2 bottles left on the table-- its free flow anyways. They refused to accommodate this simple (and thoughtful) request, which then pained all the guests and our server all night since we had to beckon her over constantly to refill glasses. More annoying was the fact that we made a specific request to speak to the manager at least 3 times, and not one time did the very obvious floor manager ever come over to address us, which is just unacceptable and disrespectful. Her job description must read more like a back waiter, since she never once stepped into her role and stayed sheepishly in the shadows.

    Lessons for the restaurant:
    1) Act your roles. Customer first. Heed their beck and call. We were beyond civil and polite about our requests.
    2) If you arrange for free flow, let it flow. Don't be a cheapskate with tiny pours, inattentive service, a time limit that you never informed us about, and lack of flexibility with reasonable requests. You made so much money off us anyway since we didn't drink that much, and we didn't even touch liquor, beer or sodas. Stop hoarding the bottles in storage, wasting our time in fetching and pouring single bottles with each single trip to the table, only to go back and forth for red or white.

    It was especially noble of the service staff to refuse to pour us wine at the end of our meal (as we toasted our guest of honor), citing we had already been eating for 3 hours (which was incorrect, as we had only been seated for not even 2.5 hrs). That was just not a classy move. They were only accommodating upon charging us for the new bottle.

    So-- service staff and management at Mr Willis: Learn the basics. Own up to your roles. Remember that the customer is always right. Be flexible for guests you are profiting more than normal on. And don't take it for granted when we happen to also be reasonable and nice.
    Disappointed
    For Mr Willis on December 6, 2009
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    Champs
    Joined Dec 6, 2009
    Is USA
    Posted 1 Reviews
    First time there and it started out ok when we where 4 people but when more of our friends came the waitress lost it all. Cold food and mixed up orders. Think its a bit pricy for a pice of steake and som lettuce.

    For steaks i will go to another restaurant!
    Overhyped
    For Mr Willis on December 1, 2009
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    missyk
    Joined Oct 25, 2006
    Is 0
    Posted 19 Reviews
    a bunch of us went there for a birthday party, and i really was not impressed with the food at all. what is the hype all about? the roasted chicken was good, but how hard is it to mess that up?! i'd have to say everything else was very mediocre---and since we had a large table, we were able to try a lot of dishes. the desserts in fact were disastrous. we had some big ball of mushy banana pudding thing, a lemon tart in which the crust was dense & tasteless, and a chocolate cake that was quite unimpressionable. the bill at the end made us all do triple checks as well.

    there's a lot of hype over this place. i have no idea why.
    Second Time Unlucky
    For Mr Willis on November 29, 2009
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    carlonseider
    Joined Oct 9, 2008
    Is British
    Posted 13 Reviews
    My boyfriend and I went to Mr. Willis for the second time on Friday night. We had been a couple of weeks ago and had the beef steak, and enjoyed it so much that we wanted to have it again. However, our experience wasn't so great second time around.

    We were surprised to see that he price of the steak had gone up from 395 to 495 rmb. A bit steep, we thought, but ordered it anyway, thinking the price was still worth it for a tasty dinner with veg. A little while after ordering, another waiter (not the one who had taken our order) came to tell us that the steak came alone without side dishes, and did we want to order some vegetables. Last time, the steak had come with tasty thyme-cooked potato wedges and zucchini. I kicked up a fuss about this menu change, asking why the dish was now one hundred kuai more expensive for less food. The waiter went to check with the manager, who finally gave us a portion of potato wedges for free.

    Even still, I won't be going back. 495 kuai is far too much for a single steak, however tasty it was. Why be so stingy and not offer inclusive side dishes? I mean, how much can a couple of potatoes and zucchini really cost?

    The original steak dinner would have had me returning time and time again; now, it's off my list. A shame, as it's a great restaurant. I just don't like to be ripped off.
    The cook must have been in love
    For Mr Willis on November 13, 2009
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    scootscoot
    Joined Jun 7, 2008
    Is 0
    Posted 21 Reviews
    I went there twice and I liked this place right away. Perfect little resto close to our house with top quality food. The second time we ordered their 500 RMB Australian steak and it came so salty that we were unable to eat it. They tried to "wash" of the salt but it was still too salty to eat.
    They brought us a new one without any salt at all. Much better. We seasoned the steak ourself. BUT - well, they should be able to serve this dish without any problems.
    The place is overall very good. Considering the salt: The cook must have been in love that evening. (German saying for over salted food in a Restaurant)
    Stamp of Approval
    For Mr Willis on October 26, 2009
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    djsexypaul
    Joined Apr 15, 2007
    Is
    Posted 9 Reviews
    It takes a lot to make me want to praise a restaurant, last time i praised one was over a year ago when Cantina opened. There`s 4 places i visit now that are worthy of my praise and my wallet opening. 1, Le Bouchon, 2, The Closed Door, 3, El Willy, 4, Cantina Agave. Last night we stumbled onto the 5th. Mr Willis Mr Willis Mr Willis. I will say it again for the hard of hearing "MR WILLIS"
    From entering - to leaving everything was exceptional and i mean exceptional. The bread was warm and moist, the antipasti was fresh, the beef was cooked rare how we ordered it and was melt in the mouth served with creamy bearnaise sauce, fresh crisp arugula and grilled eggplants with zucchini. The roast potato wedges with thym and garlic were crispy outside and fluffy outside and beautifully soaked up the jus which was also served alongside the beef. Limon Gelato was soft, zingy, tangy and well presented, Red Velvet was a chocalohoics wet dream and the double expresso was hot, strong and hit the spot.
    Its all very affordable. We had wine and pate too and it came to Rmb800. You can eat for cheaper, they do a fantastic whole roast Chicken to share with veggies for around Rmb150.
    Say Hi to Craig Willis the Owner/Chef when you go, hes hard at work in the open kitchen but will have time to shake your hand and have a few words before he cracks on.
    I was told a few months ago by a cowboy chef/ who worked in a "cowboy themed" restaurant that "I wasn`t a food critic and shouldn`t spout off about a places on the internet" (He was just mad coz his place got slammed in the press and i didnt like it too)
    Im putting th DjSexyPaul stamp of approval on Mr Willis. 3rd Floor. 195 Anfu Lu/Wulumuqi Lu Phone 5404 0200
    If you dont like it, then check your pulse
    Here endeth the lesson
    Food was outstanding
    For Mr Willis on October 26, 2009
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    cmr16
    Joined Sep 17, 2009
    Is USA
    Posted 10 Reviews
    We ate here last night and the food was outstanding, my husband said the roast chicken was the best he'd had in his life. Although I'm sure the preparation is part of it, I also think the high quality of the ingredients is unusual for Shanghai and definitely contribute to the deliciousness of the food - highly recommend.
    Simply good food....
    For Mr Willis on October 24, 2009
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    gwinsh
    Joined Sep 4, 2009
    Is USA
    Posted 4 Reviews
    Decided to try Mr. Wills the other night with a friend. Did not have any expectations, but can honestly say it was the most pleasant dining suprise I have had in Shanghai in a long time. Although the decoration is not quite finished yet, the style is simple, warm, relaxing....homey. The food was perfection. Simple, basic, good food with some nice touches. Basic things like grilled scapplops, suckling pig and roast chicken done extremely well. Quality and seasonal ingredients will keep me coming back. Definitely worth a visit.
    Fantastic birthday dinner
    For Mr Willis on October 13, 2009
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    afmulazzi
    Joined Sep 23, 2008
    Is American
    Posted 5 Reviews
    I went to Mr Willis last week for my birthday dinner. Mr Willis himself created a tasting menu for me and 14 of my friends. He was a very attentive chef. The food was a wide variety- from chicken liver pate to roasted eggplant to turkey (it felt like Thanksgiving) and a spectacular poached salmon. The bread baskets kept coming and the bread was really soft and delicious. Desert was a superb lemon tart, something soft and creamy (flan? panna cotta?) that wasn't super super but still tasty.
    The best part of the dinner was feeling so at home, like literally we were in Mr Willis' home. The seating feels warm and intimate yet a slight edge to a comfy dining room. Nothing pretentious about the food orthe restaurant but very high quality. There might have been a bit too much salt in the starter dishes but the dim lighting, the dark green velvet chairs and the urban wood fixtures made up for it. I can't wait to go back.
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