The three of us went up steep narrow stairs to a room seemingly converted from an old house. The service was good and friendly, though our waitress didn't know too much about the menu. We ordered some very respectable house red at a reasonable price for 500 ml - $23. The table setting left something to be desired, in the style of a cheaper cafe, with plastic on top of the table and plastic mismatched plates. Two of us got vegetarian dishes, gnocchi, mulinciani, house salad and giardinera. The mulinciani (eggplant dish) was especially delicious. The scotch fillet ($32) was judged to be very good. The house salad with endive was thought to be too bitter by two of us, even though the addition of a delicious dressing and sultanas helped temper the bitter taste. All in all, at a total price of $118 for three of us, the restaurant is to be recommended, and worth another visit.
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