Loved the ambiance and the service. Particularly Antonio, Manuel and Sara who received us very friendly. They can communicate in multiple languages, including english and spanish. The food was great and typical of the region. They welcomed us with a small glass of red wine and they offered as an amaro at the end of the dinner. The only flaw was that they were really busy so we had to wait between dishes but the staff was making it fun so it made it a minor flaw of our evening :)
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