On a very busy night in Italy (ferragosto festivity) we ended up there. We waited about 30 min for a table and in the meanwhile were taken for a tour inside the place. It's a real pearl a building from the 18th century restaured and With a very nice cantina. When we finally got the table ordered a Tortino Di ricotta and shrimp tatare which were excellent and fresh. The service is very slow though. Our second dish: The tuna fish was too cooked but the other dishes were very good.
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