Wonderful seasonal ingredients interestingly assembled into delicious dishes. Friendly enthusiastic service. Great local wine list. But ought to be more imaginative with desserts that were (surprisingly) disappointing.
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We booked ahead and arrived at 9:00pm on a Thursday, there were about eight other customers in the large dining hall. The venue is located on a quiet small street but is large on the inside, painted stark white with a high ceiling and mezzanine...More
Interesting restaurant in the old town. We would have liked to taste everything in the menu. We loved the appetizers, anchovies in sweet and sour sauce. Soup with fish, pasta (tubettoni), clams, tomatoes etc. was positively suprising, great. My risotto with anchovies and crayfish was...More
This was our most bizarre, disappointing dining experience to date. To start with, the door is kept permanently locked to outsiders, and guests have to knock to be let in. None of the staff had combed their hair or felt the need to smile, the...More
Exaggerated!!! You will not like the food (and these are tastes). But I think you have exaggerated with the review.
Food is typically Italian with great product, gently cooked with tradition and touch of innovation. Refine, slow food and diversified menu with good local wine selection. Nice owner and staff. I really recommend this good value-for-money restaurant.
I found this place to be acceptable but nothing more. Had the calamari starter, which was fine if not terribly exciting. My pasta dish (gnocchi with clams) was airplane quality. My friend had the tuna which was better. The place was full of tourists--did not...More
Nice food but the portions are fairly small. If you order multiple courses then the bill would be quite large. Service a little clunky but it was a nice meal in a nice place.
This food is outstanding. Recipes and presentations are fresh and creative without being weird or pretentious. Fresh local ingredients prepared with pride. What makes this place distinctive is it's playful and contemporary approach - both with food and the venue itself. Probably my favorite meal...More