We recently visited Il Buco on two occasions., three persons the first time, six the second time. We found the menu most interesting, the food well prepared and presented and the personel, including the owner and is wife (the pastry chef) most pleasant and helpful. The harp music added class and warmth to the evening.
At the end of the meal on our first visit, we were offered the usual Limoncello which we turned down. On our second visit, the same offer was made and this time we accepted. The six of us were served a non descript unlabeled Limoncello. Then came the surprise...we were charged EUR 21 for the six thimblefulls. We have very often eaten in Italian and Spanish restaurants and Limoncello is almost always offered at the end of the meal. However, this was the first time we were ever charged for it. This may be a triffling matter but it does leave a bad taste in your mouth.