Three of us went to L'Overture for dinner on the last day of our stay in Toulouse. We booked a table for 8pm. On arrival we were given an antipasti platter and some wine. Sicilian Rose was unusually dark and interesting. At 9:30 the owner of the restaurant started playing guitar and he played rather well: Bach, Italian songs etc. It lasted for about 40 minutes, then we were served eggplant parmigiana (the owner's mother recipe) and then linguine with ricotta and finally pannacotta. You do not choose food or music, everything is compulsory. Each of these ingredients is good but the whole package is excellent. We enjoyed our dinner very much.
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