The first impression, entering through a noisy, smelly bar, was almost enough to turn around and try somewhere else. However, the old and infancy dining room had cheerful and attentive wait staff. The soup starter course was excellent. We should have just had soup and bread. That would have been a four star meal. However, we had the regular plate of pickles and salami, then the O.K. spinach ravioli, before our entrée came. The chicken in wine was adequate, the veal parmagian was not generous, not breaded, and not interesting. Clearly, the locals have kept this place open for a hundred years, it wasn't the travel advisories.
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