We had dinner there in a party of 7: the table was small and we were pretty squeezed around it! We got there quite early and we were the first: nevertheless a couple of things that were listed in the menu were already not available... Anyway, what was available was great: i had dip fried battered pumpkin's flowers and spaghetti with octopus, asparagus and ginger: absolutely fantastic. Fresh and tasty, perfect. I tried some other stuff that my relatives had and they were all very good.
As a dessert I had the Monterosa, a meringue sandwich of cream and berries: perfect!
The settings is also interesting, most of the furnishing are made of materials which had a previous life, for example the benches were you sit used to be boxes for paintings and other art stuff, quite interesting. Only remark: the chairs are very small and unconfortable.
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