We arrived somewhat excitedly at 7.45 for our 8.00 pm booking. The restaurant was not very full, and we decided to go for a tuna tartar and a fish carpaccio. Followed by a shared pasta dish, and then by a lemon salad and two fish dishes. The tartare and carpaccio were light and delicious and full of promise for the food to come. Much as i love caponata (andi do), it was lovely to eat differently. Tthe restaurant started to fill up. However, although we were happy chatting, we began to feel full, and noticing that it was 10.00 and our main course hadn't come, we decided to cancel it. Luckily it wasn't cooked and so it was easy. The waitress was lovely, and gave us some fruit and pudding for free. I felt for her having to face the customers, as we weren't the only people not getting fully served. This is a very good restaurant, but something went very wrong tonight. They must be understaffed. I read one review where slow food is mentioned. I think waiting over two hours to get to your main course and it not being ready is probably using slow food's title to you own advantage. Most people want to eat well executed, fresh produce, but don't need an hour between courses.