Ma Yucca has discovered a fascinating balance between Japanese and French cuisine, offering an array of beef, chicken, and fish dishes, all of which are paired with complementary sweet and salty flavors. The prices at Ma yucca are set, and for 30 euro a dinner includes an appetizer, your choice of starter, a main dish, a bowl of rice, and your choice of dessert. One dish worth trying is the beef tenderloin prepared with sweet onions and apples. If fish is of more interest, then the seared salmon with soy sauce is a must.
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