The best thing about Ginori was the young waiter who 'talked' us into entering after we stopped to look at the menu. The food was average at best, typical tourist fare. We shared a Caprese Salad to start which was fine. My wife's Lasagne was burnt, how the chef managed that is beyond me. I had a Prawn and Courgette Risotto that was bland at best. The house white was a Prosecco and not what I expected or wanted I really must mention the waiter again, he was great to talk to and knew how to make us feel welcomed. If the food had matched his professionalism then who knows.