Nice location. If you like the fuss you can pick a street table, while if you aim for tranquillity look for one on the side, in the little lemon garden. You can also seat inside of course. In all cases, tables are conveniently split apart and very comfortable: a feature more likely to be found in far more expensive locales. The quality of the food and the execution of the dishes were pleasant surprises for a hotel restaurant. Excellent pasta first courses (the mezzi paccheri with seafood), and this an Italian speaking... Good wine list, although most items were ridiculously expensive (which tells us that the clientele –or the owners? – are still at a loss choosing moderately priced wines, although many exist). You will however find a limited offering of decent wines at tolerable prices. Service was courteous and impeccable, although this might have been facilitated by the fact that only three tables were being served overall. Classy and modern design. Comfort.
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