We had lunch here and went for the 'tasting' menu which was 40 euros each. The antipasto course consisted of many different types of fish cooked in different ways: they just kept coming. This was followed by pasta with shellfish and then secondo grilled pieces of different fish. Then dessert - I think it was two different desserts. The food was very good, though after the primo course I was pretty full. Probably better to serve a little less and charge a little less. Quite expensive but still very good value.
Not busy when we were there.
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