It feels less touristy than the others in the center and the food is very good, and not too expensive. Service is good.
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Walked in solo for lunch at 2:30. In the front room there was beautiful marble bar with wood sculpture and high mirror. Four business men were finishing their lunch. Excellent salad tortellini dessert. Good bottle of red was put on table pay as you drink....More
This was recommended to us by an Italian friend and i wish we'd had dinner here as well, next time!. wonderful bread and cheese to start followed by great tagliatelle ragu and tortellini in brodo. Off the main areas but worth a visit
A really pleasant place to have dinner, with friendly stuff and absolute service. The plates were poetically arranged and delicious. We tried regional red sparkling wine, which was served cold and that was a pleasant surprise. Roberto and his people know their job well. Must...More
Found this by chance and it really is a little gem. The food was wonderful and the service was faultless. During the evening we watched the staff going to great lengths to ensure everybody was comfortable and looked after. Authentic food which was full of...More
We had a light, enjoyable lunch in this traditional restaurant. The food was very enjoyable and the service good. We opted for tortellini in a chicken broth which was very tasty. The menu is fairly limited but we see that as a good thing! There...More
Walking past this small restaurant, we were intrigued by the short hand written menu in the window, only in Italian. Checking inside, it was intimate and had lovely gothic like features and so booked a table for 2 at 8pm Most locals don't eat till...More