A hundred metres down the road a waiter looks forlornly out of the window from an empty restaurant whilst here they are cramming them in. The food was good. We had the Paradiso Perduto mixed vegetable and fish starter. Two between four of us was more than enough. Followed by an excellent artichoke lasgna, a bland bigoli with clams, lumps of cheese and polenta (tasty but odd) and a well received bigoli with tomato and basil. A single serving of Tiramisu was easily enough to feed 4! The service is a bit haphazard - we had to ask for several things more than once. But with a wood fire in the stove, excellent musicians and an incredibly convivial and happy atmosphere it is the kind of place where you just feel good. It is not difficult to see why it is so popular.
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