We were enticed in by the wonderful display of oysters and other shellfish at the front so went in for a drink. We finished up staying for dinner (Christmas Eve) Decoration inside evokes a turn of the century French brasserie.
Everything we had was delicious: Oysters, prosecco, artichoke dishes, foie gras, puntarelle... and Espresso Martinis! Well after all it is Christmas Eve!
Be aware that they charge you €7 on your bill which is marked "Servizio e Pane" Service and bread. We did not touch the bread but still had to pay this service charge so I presume the staff miss out as they get less or no tips.
The owner was walking around during the whole evening but no-one got a smile except his regulars and don't expect warm and friendly waiters. A pity because otherwise it is a great place.
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