Had dinner of octopus salad, - a generous serving of chewy but tasty sliced octopus on crisp lettuce and fennel. The gnocchi was light, cheesy, and a little smoky. The Genovese pasta tasted like a lot of Lipton onion soup over penne with some slow cooker beef. The house red wine was served cold from the fridge in a carafe and tasted like sangria, as if water, sugar, and fruit juice had been added. But what can you expect for 4 Euros? We ate inside. The outside was full by 8 p.m.
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