Tigella are small flatbreads served with an assortment of toppings. Since I didn't read Italian, I wasn't sure what all the items were, so it was an adventure to put a little dab of something on the bread and then try to guess what the flavor was. Some of the cheeses were obvious, and the fish pastes, but the grated coconut was a complete puzzle to me until I checked out the English translation of the menu out front. (I had approached the restaurant from the back, along the riverbank walk, and didn't see the English menu.) The outdoor seating was lovely and subdued on the riverbank, although the seating was too low to see the river) but the interior rooms appeared to have some families, a children's birthday party, and several business groups dining simultaneously.
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