We came in for lunch after viewing the archeological site. The hostess was very welcoming, translated the menu into English for us, and suggested a wine to go with our food, that was very good. The atmosphere in the restaurant was very nice, but not stuffy. The food was very good, including pasta and antipasto starters, and mains of seafood and meat. We were sorry not to have room for dessert, because those looked delicious too. It's just a four-block walk turning right after leaving the excavation site.
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