This restaurant may be a bit hidden in an alley, but that is one of the best things. Not noicy, just wonderful. The wine, the carpaccio...just go there! Nuff said.
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Ate here for the last night of our latest trip to Italy, great location, atmosphere and ambience, the food was also delicious! Thanks!
Visited this small restaurant on the back of reading many positive reviews on TA about this venue. I took on board that you can never please all the people all of the time and that there were a few negative comments. All I can say...More
Trattoria la Tana came highly recommended as a restaurant which serves good food for a friendly price. The restaurant has a small terrace but unfortunately all tables were occupied so we had to sit inside. The waitress was friendly , the owner/chef was more helpful...More
Dreadful service, focused on anyone Italian. When complained about the food was ignored and told that I did not speak the language and to f... Off. Avoid like the plague.
We had yet another stumble upon with a pleasant surprise, the restaurant we were heading towards was closed and wondering helplessly around the streets we come upon this little gem. Set aside from the main front this little restaurant is just round the corner, it...More
The food here was of a very high standard and there was something on the menu for everybody. It was more towards fine dining than your typical Italian restaurant but it is certainly worth a visit. The food is very good as is the service....More
Entrecote (16€) with three big pieces of fat, the meat was warm and not hot (also after reclamation it was not hot) We do not need to pay it but we're unhappy. The selfmade potatoes (4€) had a burning smell but they where hot ;-)...More