We were recommended the restaurant by a friend as one with very good food, and if was nice. As all Italian food, it offers a good selection of nice food, but don't expect a foody masterpiece - just a wholesome homemade food, paired with pleasant atmosphere and some background music.
There is just one big drawback - there are no menus. And i thought at first they just didn't have them in English, but the waited recited all dishes in Italian for local guests, so you have to rely on your, and your waiter's memory to choose your meal. We went for seafood starters and were then only offered seafood mains, without realising that there were meat options available until we overheard them being offered to other guests - slightly disappointing.
We were then offered an appetiser, which they 'normally serve to all guests'. Expecting something along the lines of olives and bread, we were pleasantly surprised with a platter of delicious seafood selection, but then were a bit put off, when we got charged 14EUR for that...
All in all, if you fancy a gamble, it's not a bad place to try, but don't count on knowing, what you will be eating until it's brought to the table.
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