We wanted a snack either sandwich or pannini as advertised outside restaurant. When we sat down we were told no sandwich or pannini and waiter tried to sell us fish. We pointed out they had pannini and sandwich on display in the glass fronted counter. The sandwich on diplay was cheese and ham and we asked if we could have a fresh cheese and tomato which was not possible. The board advertised Gnocci at 9 euro but the style adverised was not available. We were given another style which was nicely prepared but were charged 10 Euro. We expected to pay 9 euro as our preferred option was not available. It seemed that restaurant was trying to get rid of old stock rather than deliver what was stated on menu. I would not go again.
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