Booked this small restaurant for lunch as we know it is always busy, as was the case this time. It is a small family run restaurant hidden unless you know where to go and well worth hunting down. So many people turned away, although a few managed to get a table by chance. The food was delicious, great antipasti, lovely meat course beautifully cooked. We were able to translate most of the menu but the waiter was more than willing to help with this if required, his English is excellent. We have visited this restaurant before and will I am sure return again as the food has always been delicious and well within our pockets.
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