We happened across the restaurant whilst walking during the day and decided to revisit for dinner when open having viewed the menu outside.
We were a little worried at first as we arrived shortly after the restaurant opened and there was nobody else in dining and we wondered if we had made a bad choice. We were welcomed inside and shown to a table in what is a very cosy and comfortable surrounding. We were a party of four and found the beer and wine selection very good and more than adequate for our tastes. As for the food, without doubt the best I tasted whilst in Pisa and a nice selection. My starter of mussels was a meal in itself, and the other starters chosen by our party, octopus, goats cheese wrapped in swordfish and a bruschetta all equally as flavoursome. For mains I was tempted by the lobster, but decided on the fillet steak as did two others. This was a good sized portion, cooked superbly and accompanied by a roquefort sauce. The meat was full of flavour and excellent value for money. Our other diner went for the duck which was cooked to perfection, but a big meal, so if you like duck and eat lots, this is a choice for you.
A great selection of desserts finished off our meal nicely. Overall we thought our meals were excellent quality and offered value for money for the whole dining experience. By the time we left the restaurant it was full of other diners with many locals eating there which is a good indication of the restaurants reputation. If in Pisa, look it up and visit, you won't be dissapointed. We stayed nearby at the Hotel Bologna, and this was the nearest restaurant to us so we were really lucky in discovering it. Definitely would visit again.