We came to this highly acclaimed restaurant and left underwhelmed. No question, the setting is lovely, a charming little village along the river mouth of the Magra with views of the surrounding Apennine Mountains. Sadly, in comparison to the many other fine eating establishments in the region, this one did not compute. We ate scampi crudi (raw) which tasted past their prime, gamberetti carciofi alla griglia (shrimp with artichokes) ... sadly the shrimp tasted rubbery and the artichokes were not fresh, and then a disappointing grigliata mista (a mix of tuna, squid, and scampi). For desert we had home made profiteroles (Bindi makes better). All together, with an excessively sweet Vermentino, a bottle of water, and two coffees we spent 110 euro (far more than warranted). I have dined here many times in years past and will not likely return. Sad how things change sometimes.
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