By far the worst of the 100s of Italian Restaurants I have been all over the world. Everything extremely oily, bad service, bread several days old, overcooked pasta, fish destruction, overpriced wines. Terribly cold in April when you are sitting close to the windows. The chef: A plumber? His Belluna salad: Take mushrooms, fry them in tons of oil, pour them including all the oil over the mixed greens. Smear two tablespoons of paesto (50% sugar) on two leaves beside the mushroom-oil-sea. Half of the salad then sizzling hot and drowing in oil. A quarter of it unedible as pure sugar. The rest raw. This rest was the only edible part of it. The pasta was reheated in the microwave or heaviliy overcooked (in an "Italian" restaurant!), in an absolutely uninspired tomato sauce. The seafood on it mostly edible. We ate about half of it (my wife and I had to share the few edible parts which came from the kitchen). The baked white bass: total destruction. The "chef" took all old vegetables he could find in the fridge (obviously from different left overs). Under the fish: A mountain of old vegetables re-fried in tons of oil. On top of the fish - a mix of red and green pepper slices as a perfect misfit to an elsewhere delicate white fish, reheated and drowned in way too much lemon sauce. At various places in this mountain of offense to Italy: some probably fresh (but too briefly) steamed asparagus and edible potatos. The fish in between had no texture (which happens when you bake it incorrectly), thanks to the "chef's" creation extremely oily at the bottom, on the top drowning in lemon sauce. I managed to eat some of the fish, the asparagus and the potatos. The waitress unfriendly right from the star, extremely overworked or on medication. After 15 mins in a two thirds empty restaurant, we still hadnt got more than a glas of water (nobody had asked us about drinks). Then she asked: "So you guys want to have the bill, right?". After taking our orders, she brought the wrong salad because she claimed that they have a "Bellana" and a "Belluna" salad. She invited us to eat both, we ate neither. Wine: Nice wine list, but what they bring by the glass is in fact no more than 4 ounces (and not 5 or 6 as they claim), and for this $7 (house wine) and $9 to $13 for the glass is in my view heavily overpriced.
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