This is a lovely traditional restaurant easily found in the walled city. The atmosphere in the restaurant was lively and the food we found to be excellent without being in any way adventurous. My wife and I had visited another local and even more celebrated restaurant Buco di Sant Antonio just a few nights before and had been bitterly disappointed by the service and the food but we were pleasantly surprised here. My pasta starter was piping hot and delicious and it was followed by equally tasty veal cheek with beautifully fresh vegetables. My wife's sea bass was also delicious. All of this was served by an enthusiastic and friendly staff who all seemed genuinely interested in what they were doing. Recommended.
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