This is family owned since 1907 and now spread though from one street to the next. Mostly locals and their platters looked magnificent, even better than our delicious treats. Minestrone is raelly a veg stew with basil pesto on top, yummy. fresh anchovies - opened flat, no bones in lemon sauce is a great starter too, as is shrimp salad. But those fresh seafood "misto" / mixed the locals ordered looked even better! rabbit stew was tough but tasty. Local wine rough and "heavy". All fish excellent. Save room for local pies/tart; cherry was juicy and the cutsard pine nut was remarkably good, and our waitress favorite. menu hand written Italian but they speak great English with occasional french food e.g. champignon for mushroom. funghini. about 25e/person with wine and three courses each. Generous portions too
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