This turned out to be the opnly decent restaurant in Noto that catered for veggies.
We turned up at 7, and they hadn't quite opened, but let us read the menu.
When we arrived at 8.15 to eat, we secured a table on the tiny terrace which was a romantic setting. The owner come out with citronella leaves to combat the mozzies.
Although they had run out of one of the vegetarian dishes, they offered to make a simple pasta instead - unfortunately this was a little disappointing on flavour. The one remaining dish on the menu was good though. The bread was lovely and finally this was a restaurant that served it with good olive oil. The wine list was interesting and the waiter spoke good English so could make a recommendation from our shortlist. The only problem we encountered was that I ordered desert and coffee, and the coffee never materialised.
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