the starters were good, tuna tartar and a octopus (salami di polpo). We order a lobster tagliateli for main course. The pasta wasn't "al dente" not even for non italian eater, who usually prefer not so al dente stile. The lobster (one full lobster divided in the two dishes) can with the shell, making it more difficult to eat. The service were slow, slower than what we got in other restaurants in Camogli, but they were very polite and friendly.
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