Near Italian Village on the 100 meter street, Erbil
We went to the family section of B to B- that itself is divided into two different sections: Smokers and non-smokers. Hence, ideal for everyone and I loved that! I don’t go to many restaurants in Erbil only because I suffocate from the smoke of cigarettes and Argila (nargila, or shisha, whatever it’s called)
it was clean, tidy, but as Dani and Sahand pointed out the “lighting is so fa3o” – basically, they did not like the lighting. The tables and chairs however are distributed in such a way where you feel you have privacy and enough to room to have a conversation without the table next to you hearing everything.
|B to B restaurant, family section|
Here is what we ordered
Acke: No order (he had a tummy ache)
Dani: Breakfast Plate
Mirkhan: English breakfast
Here are the grumpy four and their ranking out of 10 for their breakfast
Service: “Zefata” 0
Food: Acke didn’t order anything
“Salad was dry, definitely not fresh. The olives were bad, orange juice was good.”
Service: 0 He almost fought with one of the staff
Food: 2 “But I give the Shisha 6/10” Note: No one else has Shisha
The Bill: 80, 000 ID (around 70 USD) We all agreed it was not worth it at all. I guess for us there is no more breakfast at Breakfast to Breakfast.
Catch up with us next time as the Grumpy Four go Out and About!
*Please note that this is a review of a single breakfast we had there, and does not mean the entire restaurant is poorly rated, as we love the food B to B provides for its main meals.