Ate lunch here today with my Mum and son (3.5 yrs old) and I am desperately trying to plan in another visit before we leave in a few days!! The food is beautifully cooked and very nicely presented. It's not pretentious - just good, home cooked italian fare. To start we had aubergine stew and bruschetta, both of which were delicious. For main my son devoured a spaghetti bolognese, I had sea bass with the most amazing homemade crisps on top but my Mum had the piece de resistance... The pizzoccheri. First I've heard of this dish but it was to-die-for with buck wheat pasta, cabbage, potato and cheese - sounds odd but I can't express how yummy and different this dish is! And for dessert we had tiramisu, which was heavenly, and a trifle. With a large bottle of water, a pint of local beer and 2 teas, €80 was not at all unreasonable. The service was great, very friendly and very patient and encouraging with my stunted italian! My son had a great time playing with the son of the staff and we sat downstairs outside. The prices were no different to anywhere else on the lake and yes, there's no lake view but we see the lake all the time from our apartment so the view down the picturesque stone alleyway was refreshing and as authentically 'little italian village' as you can get... We wouldn't change a thing about this experience so make time to visit!!
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