We went to Plistia for dinner. We were the only couple there initially, and had a lot of attention from the co-boss, Cicitto. There was no menu, just course after course of great food prepared by the other co-boss, the chef, Laura (I think).
The food was all wholesome stuff with a Slow Food ethos - local, seasonal. And a decent price too. As we'd chatted about food, and I'd talked about baking, the next day Cicitto met us and took us to a local bakery to meet his brother-in-law, a local master-baker. It's not often you get such comprehensive service.
If you own or manage Plistia, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.