Fish is very fresh and cooked the Napolitan way - very healthy, very light. We had a good meal. But the price was on the high side. Be very vigilant on what you ask for fish as price is by weight - do your calculation before accepting a fish too big - normally better to ask fish to share by 2 (don't accept 500grs for 1 as I did). Don't ask for 'special menus' if they are not clearly priced. Also the waiter that helped us gave us a bad and pricey recommendation for wines - don't follow their advice - choose yourself. We had great fish - but you have to really smart up against the 'napolitan tactics' to push the bill up.
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