I have been coming here for years as my parents live here. The food is always good (look around at how many locals are eating here) and good value for money. The local house wine, bought by carafe is also very good and I wouldn't bother with 'bottled' wine which will have more sulphites and will give you more of a sore head in the heat! The restaurant has a lively, buzzing and very local feel to it - if you want something a bit more elegant try the sister restaurant next door, but I think it's a shame to sit in an air conditioned room when you can enjoy al fresco dining here! Or the Art nouveau just along the road - but this is a completely different dining experience. Try the mussels al'egiziana and linguini alle vongole if you like seafood - both divine. The Pergola is relaxed, informal and you will be visiting more than once!
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