We enjoyed amazing fresh pasta, typical local dishes and fresh fish here the first night that we arrived in Bosa. The prices were 1 or 2 euros less per plate, etc than other restaurants and we had a nice refreshing table outside on the river. The service is quality, but typically Italian...that is understaffed, but we were on vacation, so what's the rush? The wine list is bit pricey, but we found the house wine to be quit nice. We explored the city the second and looked for a dinner venue to change it up, but nothing seemed as nice as Ponte Vecchio and we were not disappointed the second night either. I highly reccommend
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