As we are two vegetarians, we are apt to get bored with pizza and pasta. And with 90 different types of bruschetta, this looked to offer a good alternative and as there were seats outside, a nice stop on our walk around the town. The waiter was friendly and helpful, so we decided to give it a try. We ordered one bruschetta to share, which was large and featured a nice selection of toppings. We also shared a cheese plate, which offered a good selection of pecorino. I had one of the nicest red wines from the area (unfortunately I failed to find the Santa Croce vineyard to buy any more) But these two plates, with a glass of wine each and one small bottle of water cost £31! A bit much for a quick bite!
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