We ate at Ristorante Il Moro with some friends - a large restaurant/pizzeria with a lot of outdoor tables. It was a sunday and many other places were closed.
Our starters included spaghetti with clams (vongole - €10) and caprese salad (€8), both good. Tortelloni with porcini sauce was passable, but a bit stodgy.
For mains, a veal chop (€12) with roast potatoes was good. A tagliatelle with ragu Bolognese was a bit dry and disappointing. Two pizzas (€7) with vegetable toppings looked great with nice crisp bases, but were declared to be curiously bland.
A side order (€5) of grilled vegetables comprised some decent peppers and fennel, but relatively tasteless “undressed” grilled aubergine and courgette.
We drank a couple of bottles of young Sangiovese (€20 each), from a limited and uninformative wine list.
We may have been unfortunate with some of our choices, the place was fairly busy and may be more focused on volume rather than culinary quality. It's inexpensive so you probably get what you pay for. Service was efficient.
Toilets - Separate ladies & gents in good condition.
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