Upmarket but not stiff or stuffy. Food was good though evidently neither the ossobuco nor the pizza (with it's very thick base) were prepared by an Italian. The seafood anitpasto was delicious and fresh, and the carpaccio was the very best I ever tasted. The bread was freshly baked. In fact compared to that, the pizza was downright disappointing - don't order pizza here. Generous portions and friendly service. Very reasonable prices - we paid 150 euro for 4 persons and all had starters and mains, we also had 2 bottles of water and a bottle of wine. A lovely place to go.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.