We went there for dinner and were sat down in a seat followed by a small salad (Which was the best part of the meal). Drinks were in pitchers and consisted of only tea and water. Our group consisted of 65 people. 55 kids and 10 adults, We paid a catering fee for our tour and realized we only got a small, small bowl of ""bakezini"", salad and those drinks. we had to pay extra for sodas, Also we had two diabetics in our group who needed some sort of meat, they accepted the request and provided two chicken breast, one of the adults gracefully ate it, while the other stopped half way and realized it was raw!