We should have known it was a trap for tourists, but we gave it a try.
- Spaghetti with seafood and pistachioes(13 euros): a minuscule portion of overcooked low-quality spaghetti, with a sauce that was more like broth. Seafood consisted of small supermarket shrimps and one not exactly fresh bigger shrimp. No pistachioes.
- Carpaccio di pesce (raw fish) (14 euros): four DRY thin slices of some white fish, four SMELLY thin slices of OLD tuna, and, and here I was outraged, supermarket smoked salmon they tried to insist it was raw and fresh.
- asked for ice three times and it never came.
Later that day, both my partner and I (we had both eaten both dishes) had a stomachache and belly-ache - and got quite scared as it involved potentially dangerous non-fresh raw fish.
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