No idea why this restaurant has any Michelin stars never mind two. It was just not very good. Bizarre and food combinations not very well cooked and so dreadfully expensive, it's a joke. We had three courses not much wine and it was over 200 euros a head. The best things about the meal were the bread and their own olive oil, and the people watching - a lot of very wealthy diners who had had a lot of surgery, not all of it successful. All of which is why we have given the restaurant two stars not one. And frankly, we don't wish the chef/owner to come and chat to us while we're having dinner, nor do we wish to have a tour of your wine cellar unless you're going to offer us a tasting. We left feeling as if we had been mugged. The following night we ate at Lo Stuzzichino which is close by. It was a much, much better experience both in terms of atmosphere and food. Interestingly, when we chatted to the owner we found that the locals don't have a very high opinion of Don Alfonso at all. A tourist trap then, and one that we are very sorry we fell into.
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