The lunch menu at 28 Euros for three very small but exquisite starters and a main course ( a choice of a fish or meat dish) is wonderful value for a restaurant that well deserves its Michelin star in a city where even tired tourist menus tend to be expensive. Everything was brilliantly presented and the freshness and quality of the ingredients shone. Wine by the glass was a little expensive (for a small serving) but it was good to find such a range of wines by the glass, especially at lunchtime when we didn't feel up to drinking a bottle between two of us. Desserts - the best tiramisu we have tasted, much less sweet than the usual versions - was also exquisite. A wonderful experience.
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