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Review: I 've read all the negative feedback about Viva la Vida but wanted to have an early opening restaurant for my son who is 2 years old. How bad can it be? The cold buffet didn't look all that fresh to me so we ordered alla carte. Options are burgers and tortilas, a surprise. We took some of both together with two starters but were surprised that everything was fried in oil. Potatoes, and chees nuggets could have been mcdonalds. My tortilla was a tortilla, a bit of cheese, fried muchrooms and thats about it. My son rated his burger as: too spicy. He didn't touch it. Well, it's all the salt he doesn't know. And also artificial seasoning. You think Viva la vida, that will be a healthy choice. But think again. Maybe the salad bar was the better option, but 13 euro for a plate of what was there doesn't appeal as well. We paid 60 euro for junk food, or something very close to it. We bought some fruit and yoghurt to break down all the salt and fat. Staff was nice, that must be said.