We stopped in for lunch and lingered for a couple of hours. We had an outstanding first course of Barrata, tomato and basil with some nice bread, followed by fresh-made pasta with seafood and gnocchi with a pomodoro sauce. We finished with an espresso-covered semifreddo. House wine (white and red) were more than acceptable. While others have complained about the service, we were well taken care of (of course, it's November and the city is not very crowded with tourists). The restaurant is nicely appointed and comforatble.
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