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I have read a number of recent complaints that may be bringing their score down. They seem to be from people who are expecting a full service inner city restaurant. Let's remember where we are- a small humble trattoria in a tiny hamlet up a...More
They are easily in the top dozen restaurants in Alassio and have been for may years despite their current standing in TA's polls. We love to take the 1215 mini-bus that can stop right next door to the restaurant. After a leisurely meal, the 1445...More
Positive, the food was very good. before the staters everyone is given an angus tatar taster then we had 2 starters both very good a cod dish with fried veg and a shrimp dish with buratta which for me was a little strange combo but...More
Great location and it must be amazing in the summer with all the tables outside.
Service could be friendlier but they can work on that.
The food is exquisite: the tartare with artichokes and Parmesan cheese was one of the best I have ever had!...More
We had a very nice little lunch here on a Sunday in January and were absolutely delighted. My husband had the best tartar of his life - so he said several times while picking up the very last bits and pieces of the dish. My...More
My mind reminds me I have had more clever or elegant food. But my heart confirms that this is the type of restaurant that you think about when you are some 7,000 kilometers away. Each dish is infused with the true spirit and understanding of...More
We have had lunch here five or six times and it just keeps getting better. This is one of the best restaurants in Alassio and deserves a top ten standing. The fritto misto is superb, as is the rabbit stew. Today we opted for two...More
We took the little public bus up the corkscrew road to Moglio on an early Thursday afternoon. The bus driver and the mostly elderly women passengers all knew and looked out for each other. This tiny mountain hamlet has commanding views of Alassio and the...More