One of the few Italian restaurants i have visited without pizza on the menu, but a lot of other nice meals. We started of with a bruschetta as a starter, which was excellent and big enough for 2-3 people as a starter. The lasagne however was below average for me with almost no taste and almost only meat and pasta with a hint of bolognese if you looked close.
The music was kind of annoying with some mix of Albanian/italian music that sounded like from the Eurovision song contest, and we could hear the same song 3 times during our 1 hour stay. To make it a little more absurd it was a TV playing muted music videos that stole a lot of attention in an otherwise quite nice atmosphere.
The prices are quite nice. We ended up paying 22 lats for a shared starter and two main courses and some drinks.
The staff and the service was very nice and helpful. They even kept the kitchen open a little longer for us.
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