Qe went twice. Once in the evening- and while the views were superlative at sunset, there was a long wait (they don't take bookings) and played pop instead of opera (as suggested by the title). The fare is bruschetta/ salami based, not cooked food/ a full dinner menu. On balance worth it for the view (which you can also get for free from the walk up/ the adjoining public space, but the fare was uninspiring.
On the second occasion, e participated in a (morning) class and learnt to make pesto.This was truly amazing- vert well and patiently taught with amazing results topped with wine and salami at an extremely attractive price. Great experience.
Skip the evenings and sign up for the class if you are pressed for time.
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