It's located a little bit outside the town but it is a nice walk and the food will pay it off. We had a spaghetti with vongole, a pizza and a grilled fish plate. Both pizza and fish were very good, definetely better than what we expected by the price. The only bad thing which led to a 4/5 and not a 5/5 was the pasta. The clams were very nice but the pasta was very undercooked. I like to eat it al dente myself but that pasta was raw in the middle. Felt like eating toothpicks. A shame for a restaurant that has so delicious fish and pizzas. But as written earlier, the restaurant is definetely worth a visit.
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