Told by few tourists and locals to try this.
Surprised to see organic and gluten free items on menu.
There is a tasting course which few of us tried.Well sized portions. We ate way too much!
Staff is friendly and attentive to our group of 6.
Modern simple atmosphere. Casual long table dining up front. Table seating towards the back with flanking couch seating on the sides.
Waiter explained and knew the menu well.
Had to try the house dish. AND surprised to like it so much. Rich bean soup with pancetta dust & truffle. Would have been happy with just that! Friend had a second serving of this!
Lobster risotto was rich and smooth too.
Kale salad was bit over dressed.
Spaghetti squash was refreshing with the coconut foam.
The tripileta was indulgent rich, the crème brulee was well liked with the pb ice cream and gluten free cake was enjoyed too.
Too bad we didn't stay longer in town or we would have tried more of the menu!
Definitely would come back!
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