Make sure to reserve on weekends cause it is always very busy..
The atmosphere is nice: modern and fresh furniture with some traditional touch here and there.
The food is ok. Not fantastic but not bad at all..
I would strongly recommend the Degustazione di Tartare (a selection of seasoned finely chopped raw fish like tuna, salmon and sea bass), and the Spiedini di totantetti (tattler skewer) covered with breadcumbs and herbs... In addition, to taste the real traditional seafood in italy, I would try the stewed mussels with croutons (cozze alla marinara).
Maybe it is not the best and delicious seafood in town but a good compromise between quality and reasonable price.
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