I've not given this a rating of five as the next day we visited somewhere else where the scenery, service and most important the food excelled and it'd be unfair to give both a five. However, this is a nice place and we had a very nice meal.
We ate early, so were the first ones here. As such, its difficult to comment on any service issues as it wasn't busy and our waiters were very helpful and on the ball.
You're given a welcome Prosecco and enough bread to feed the 5000. The olive oil was very very tasty.
Starters: Melon and Parma ham. Ok not exactly adventurous but I think it's a good measure for standard. It was very nice. The melon was very tasty.
Mains: Other half had the seafood plater. I don't do fish, but she said it was to a high standard and very nice and if we visited again, she have the same.
I went for the steak (medium rare) with pine nuts . It came up a litre too rare for my taste, but I tucked in regardless and found the steak to be tender and well matured. I'd have this again too next time, but medium.
Desert: Shared a lemon sorbet. Apparently home made. Nothing to suggest otherwise as it was very fresh and tangy. Plenty for two too!
Complementary Limoncello was very smooth indeed and finished the night off nicely.
Cost: Overall add two beers and a bottle of still water €60 which for the area etc, was about right.
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