The staff are welcoming, and this is a pleasant place to eat. However, all the pasta dishes (i primi) are priced at 13 euros, rather steep for the area, and not particularly well done. We had two pasta dishes - trabaccolare is a local fish sauce that I have had before and have made at home. It should be fishy and light, almost brothy. This version has a very heavy tomato presence, which masks any other taste. Too bad. The spaghetti allo scoglio was better - an excellent job on the pasta, lots of mussels and clams. But the squid and shrimp were completely missing. Again, too bad. The house wine was very enjoyable, we got a bottle rather than a carafe, which was probably also available, and had a nice time.
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