The restaurant is by the river and it has lovely views and there was a gentle breeze in the evening. The staff were attentive and provided prompt service. Foodwise, I had the Calzone and recommended red wine. Calzone could be better as it tend to get slightly sloggy as I was eating it. The salami was kinda hard to break with my teeth (I struggled slightly while trying to be ladylike :)). It didn't spoil anything though and I had a lovely evening. It will be perfect if they can provide Happy Hours and the stay could be longer while enjoying a drink.
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