The restaurant was really close to our hotel, so we decided to go there for having dinner. The waitress was really kind and she was helping us with the menu. The restaurant is not serving what you can say typical food from the region. We were not really hungry so we just ordered some starters to share. The "tapas' dish" was not so nice as expected, the cecina was dry and the "foie" not as good as other ones that we have tasted. We also ordered a tomato tiramisu, which was not bad but quite heavy due to the big amount of 'mascarpone' cheese. We also had a tuna tataki which they prepare with a lot of sesame so at the end you don't taste the tuna but the sesame. Not always trying to be different is good.
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