Ambience★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Service★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Food★ ★ ★ ★ ★
A well-timed small bowl of gorgonzola snails, not too rich, combined with perfectly heated rooms set the right tone and pace. You don’t wait long for dishes to arrive after ordering and a smoking hot pan of mussels, tossed in all the right ingredients – tomato, white wine, garlic and fresh herbs, of course – and served with imperfectly cut but perfectly crispy fries, is a saucy follow up. The al dente porcini risotto is creamy enough but the seafood is the star. Also look forward to steaks, duck, calf’s liver, adventurous vegetarian fare and simple salads.
Finish with a pudding or crêpe.
The wine list is carefully considered but broad enough to list local and international options.
The waiters aren’t as warm as the restaurant, but the service is professional.
It’s cosy despite the pared down decor.
A family celebration.
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