Having just arrived in Turku on a Sunday evening, we were finding it very difficult to find somewhere to eat that looked appealing, as about 90% of the restaurants were closed, and the few that were open were full or fully booked. We were just about to give in and go to Hesburger, when we spotted this place. Di Trevi didn't look promising at first glance for a family meal (although if I'd been looking for somewhere for a few drinks it would have been very appealing), as it seemed to just be a wine bar with tapas. When we asked the girls behind the bar, however, they not only sorted out a table for us (not easy, as it was pretty crowded), but also gave us an English menu that turned out to have plenty of choices. Between us, we had a selection of pizzas, salads, pasta dishes and a burger, and all were very good. The pizzas deserve a special mention, as although the toppings were a bit unusual they did work, and the bases were outstanding. The service was great (the reviewer complaining about it must have got different people). They have a big range of good wine and a decent selection of beers. This place was a life saver for five hungry travellers - we couldn't understand why so few other places (and none of the upmarket restaurants, or those in the big hotels) were open on Sunday evening, as there were clearly a lot of people in town who needed feeding. Very odd in a city this size.
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