Great atmosphere, brilliant service and the best food we had all trip. The menu is divided into the standard starter, first course, second course arrangement, but the 'primi piatti' are more than filling enough on their own if you don't fancy the protracted (and more expensive) dining experience. I went for the gnocchi with crab, which was beautiful, and my girlfriend enjoyed the truffle tagiatelli. We also shared some tempura (listed on the menu as vegetables fried in batter) which was amongst some of the nicest I've ever had, no less from an Italian restaurant!
This place is a little on the pricier side and the menu is pretty slight, but visting was still the centrepiece of our dining out in Tirrenia, as I'm sure it would be for most couples. Don't miss!
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