I was recommended this restaurant by an Italian friend who lives in Livorno. I was looking for somewhere to take my parents for lunch during their day ashore from a cruise, so wanted something 'local' instead of touristy. We were the first clients of the day when we arrived around 12:30pm, but when we left the place was full (with Italians). The menu isn't huge, with a choice of 7 or 8 dishes for each course (with only 1 of each being meat based). We had melon & prosciutto for antipasti (which arrived on a huge board with mozzarella balls, asparagus mousse, a mini cheese soufflé and bruschetta!). For primi we had tagliatelle with lobster and tomatoes (delicious!) and then for secondi I chose baccala (cod in a rich and slightly picante tomato sauce) and my parents chose the tagliata (sliced steak with leaves and fresh tomatoes). We could only manage coffee afterwards but on leaving the restaurant I noticed another customer eating a huge slice of cheesecake, which looked fantastic, so I'll have to return to try it! Primis are around €9 and secondis around €12. Go and enjoy!