Only the name is italian. The food is just a childish try of italian food. Do not take bruschetti - it is just a big slice of bread with tomatoes and garlic on top. Not recommended.
Most of the dishes are quite ok, but the service sometimes is a bit unpleasant. Be careful - you have to pay for stuff like tabasco, if you ask for some. The fish dishes are relatively good
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