We'd said this to one another several times in the preceding week - that restaurants in the vicinity of popular tourist sites had no need for repeat business and therefore no need to sell good food with good service. 100 Posti proves that point - our two dishes came out of the kitchen at different time, meaning my lunch was over before my wife's had begun, and nobody seemed to care much about how we were treated. The calzone farcito ('stuffed' calzone) was full of air and little else, the red wine was room temperature which, having been stored near the door in March was quite cold, and it was all delivered to us in what a relentless optimist would possibly describe as a nonchalant manner, but what was actually a sort of dismissive carelessness that bordered on leading me to believe that we'd interrupted the staff as they went about pretending to run an eatery.
Hopefully the rise of websites such as Tripadvisor will lead to people avoiding these restaurants and forcing the quality to improve. Until then, avoid.
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