Four of us visited when on a short city break. The service was good, and the place seemed very popular, it was packed on a midweek evening. Food was very good indeed, fish soup was excellent, and the pasta dishes we had were very good too. One downside was the minestrone soup, as mentioned in other reviews. It looked just like cabbage boiled in water, and tasted of very little, not at all like the usual Italian minestrone. Also, no good value house wine on offer, a carafe was Eu28, which was very pricey, the cheapest bottle was around the same. Overall, a pleasant evening, but at a price. The following night we all ate at another Italian nearby, and had food and wine equally as good, but for 2 thirds of the price
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