Excellent tagliata-steak and good service in a cozy restaurant that looks somewhat tuscanian. We also had a strange piedina-looking bread, with rosemary and olive oil: so simple, so good!
We didn't get any wine, but the list is long.
Granted that it was not a peak time of the day (we were there for a very late lunch) and the restaurant was not particularly busy, a good experience is a good experience and it should be reported.
given my experience, I recommend it for a business lunch and meals with lots of friends. Might work with families & children, but I have a feeling that it becomes too crowded in peak hours. Not romantic.
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