We visited for an evening meal. Arrived about 7.30, a good number of people eating but no problem finding a table. By 8.30pm, it was packed.....by Italians, not tourists.
The two of us shared a plate of antipasto; plenty for two, very fresh and tasty. Two mains (gnocchi and tortellino), both excellent. Two desserts, creme caramel and sfogliatini (filo pastry layers filled with creme patisserie), both delicious. A bottle of water and two espressos.....all for €31. The food was freshly prepared and the mains piping hot.
Service was prompt and friendly. Tried my Italian but the server helped with English explanation of the menu.
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