Well, that's what I deserve for ordering FISH dishes in Padua, I guess! Starters were the usual, over-greasy-with-sunflower-oil fish starters the Italian way such as, octopus salad (with SURIMI, come on!), marinated swordfish, octopus carpaccio, marinated anchovies, and a good crispy anchovies with onions. Then, monkfish with zucchini, carrots and saffron. Not bad but over-seasoned. Could have been CHICKEN as well.
Wine was a gewurtztraminer from Lavis. Suggested from the waiter. Good.
To sum-up: yeah well, not bad. But here in Emilia food standard are way higher.
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