Yesterday was our recovery leave and after we take our cars, a Skoda and a Ford Fiesta (that's all they have for long term rental) from Avis at Dresden Airport we tried to look for a place for lunch. After googling around, we decided to go to this place called Sinbad, a Lebanese restaurant in central Dresden.
It was located in a residential area and no, I couldn't pronounce the place. German is a strange language, unlike French. The price was cheap considering the ambient inside, dirt cheap to me if you take 1 euro to 1 ringgit in a sense of purchasing power.
|Sinbad, their specialty is Lebanese cuisine.|
|Yes, the blue T again. Hey, I just love my Nukleus.|
Yup, your hero...
|One of my colleagues posing inside the hookah room.|
|Sinbad's beer garden, with grapes above our heads.|
|Yes, we have free dessert fresh from the tree. Eat all you can.|
|Enjoying our meals. |
|I can't remember what I'm having except it was rice with grilled chicken and|
only cost me 8 euros.
I don't bulls... :)
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