After a lot of climbing at the nearby Fort we were all ready for lunch. We hadn't booked, but that wasn't a problem. Plenty of outdoor shaded seating. There are tablecloths but over plastic patio furniture. The place was fairly busy and all with locals which was a good sign. The waiter was very charming and had great fun teasing the children who loved it. Plenty of bread - but avoid the oil and vinegar as they tasted very cheap - as in they tasted of very little at all. We had mixed bruschetta to start which was OK followed by various pastas - pici with a beef ragu, penne with pesto and a mushroom taglioline all perfectly acceptable. Not worth a detour for, but handy if you are leaving the fort close to the end of the Italian lunch window!
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