A man on a train told us about this restaurant. It is on a residential street up on the hill, with stunning views across town. The modern decor was a nice change from the rustic decor of places in more touristy locations. The chef spoke a little more English than the waiter and helped us with our selection, but I think any of the food would have been delicious. The menu is unwritten- changes from day to day according to the market. My pasta in a rich seafood sauce was to die for. A "must to try"!
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