We had a family lunch at Baravin. The food was really delicious, with high quality ingredients and well presented, and there were nice views and pleasant surroundings. I'd go again.
However, when we arrived to an almost empty room, with no reserved signs on the tables and no 'Please wait to be seated' sign, it was a bit confusing and off-putting to be waved away from some of the central tables and asked to sit elsewhere because they were expecting customers with reservations. Also, the service was a little slow.
The pizzas and bruschettas were delicious and it was a nice change to see (local) rabbit on the menu - that was very tasty too.
It's not especially child-friendly - not that children are made to feel unwelcome but the food is fairly 'grown-up' and my 3-year-old's juice came in a very heavy glass tumbler.
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