Gino greeted us very happily, even though we were a little before opening time.
It hadn't taken us long to walk from our hotel, but the street is not signposted at the Via Toledo end, so we had to check directions with a nearby shop owner .
Very nice prosecco to start with.
Gino presented the fish for our inspection. We chose two and Gino advised one variety would be best grilled and the other baked with tomatoes.
Eggplant parmigiana was very good. We have had it many times in our five weeks in Italy and this one was one of the best we've had.
Gino's dad does the cooking.
The fish was bought cooked to the table and filleted there.
My grilled fish was a little on the dry side - could be the variety, I'm not sure.
My husband had the oven baked version, cooked with tomatoes which results in the "crazy water" broth. He enjoyed it very much.
A complimentary lemon sorbet was presented.
We even shared a home made dessert. A creamy tart topped with very tasty small wild strawberries.
Wine was very good and reasonably priced.
I think there were three generations of the family lined up to farewell us on our departure!
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