This restaurant appealed at first sight because of the beautify view from its many windows, but the food is no less fine. We speak hardly any Italian, but the personnel speak some English and worked very hard to help us choose from the menu.
The saltimbocca and the cotellete milanese were excellent, and the waitress kindly helped us choose among the many, many wines on the list. Her suggestions were excellent, and we settled on the rosso di Montalcino, which we loved.
Dessert was a creme Catalan, which we had never tasted before, and which is like the best, richest creme caramel you have ever tasted!
Everything was so good that we decided to return again the next night to explore the menu further.