Easter weekend was a busy time. We chose Gustoleo because it was far enough off the beaten path so that the crowds had thinned out a bit. We only had to wait a few minutes for a table and the wait staff was quite helpful and patient.
The bruschetta was four thin pieces of bread... essentially less that two slices of bread and a tomato for 7 Euro, and the wine was heavily watered down.
That said, the dishes were decent for the price. We passed other restaurants that would have probably had better meals, but the TripAdvisor reviews led us here. I would probably choose one of the other, less “popular” options next time.
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