When we got hungry we decided to go for some ‘junk-food’. On the street was a huge kettle with little, one-bite, fried, crunchy balls floating around. You were supposed to take one out; eat it; take another one and count how many you ate for the payment. They costed almost nothing. It was quite busy around the kettle and before I could catch one, we were kindly invited inside. We got the special treatment. Inside was a small corridor with a few wooden benches. After a while a nice lady served us a plate with three crunchy balls; some salad and some delicious sauce. Unfortunately I only took some shots from the special atmosphere in the little corridor, but believe me I’ve never had so much fine taste for so little money.