The atmosphere is really delightful, almost taking you back in time to the period before the Second World War - the music, the candlelight and the decor all in harmony. But it is definitely neither elegant nor sophisticated. - more "Osteria" with Bohemian touches. The service may be a little rough around the edges but it has its own particular charm (not to be interpreted as rudeness). But the real strong points are the quality of the food (excellent) and the prices (very honest). We paid about Euro 25 for starter, main course, dessert, coffee, water and wine. Salumi, salads, "baccalà" and desserts were all memorable.
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