The exterior of this restaurant - in half of a grand (but seemingly empty) building on a lovely piazza - doesn't entice on first notice. Inside, the lofty rooms are bare but the staff are quick and friendly, bringing three bottles of wine from which to choose our glasses. Then a plate of gleaming, freshly-caught fish, from which to make our choice. We had sea bream baked in foil with a mixed salad and oven-baked potatoes. I had a cassata for dessert (a marzipan lover's dream). Together with excellent white wine and water, the bill came to E50.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.