Translation:The food in Mohamed's restaurant is good but expensive.
The tip for في says 'in' or 'at', but the answer "the food at Mohammed's restaurant is good but expensive" isn't accepted
I agree. I feel like "the food at Mohammed's restaurant" is a more natural way to say it in English anyway.
The food in the restaurant of Mohamed is good but expensive, was not accepted.Why? Is not "the restaurant of Mohamed" the same as "Mohamed's restaurant?" What am I missing?
I had verbatim the same answer except The was not capitalized and it was not accepted. Give me a break. :(
"The food AT mohammed's restaurant..." should be accepted. I cant remember the last time I heard anyone say the food IN a place was good unless they were talking about a city or country.
IE: The food in Paris is wonderful. The food in Italy is fantastic. The food at Moe's is pretty good.