We walked by the restaurant after an afternoon of sightseeing. The chef greeted us when we peeked inside to look at the open kitchen. He took our reservation for the late evening and was friendly and inviting. The dinner was wonderful. The name means "divine angle" - an allusion to the tucked away location at an angle off of the main street. It is also a pun on divine "da vino" suggestive of the well selected wines on the wine list and the nice atmosphere for drinking wine with dinner companions. When we returned for dinner, two of us selected a tasting menu based on fish while the other two ordered a la carte. The amuse-bouche was a fresh oyster and a second amuse-bouche appeared with a thin piece of bread with sardine. We enjoyed both. Even those who dislike sardines raved about the wonderful bread and simple salty and sea taste. We all enjoyed our meals from the terraced table. But we really enjoyed the atmosphere and watching the chef work his magic through the open front door and kitchen. I highly recommend this restaurant for anyone wanting a casual, but fine dining experience with a wonderful, secluded atmosphere. Great service as well.
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