The service was wonderfully attentive. The old lodge is attractive, the food is very good, if not entirely inventive. We had pizza at the casual section. It was good but nothing like Rome, although it was made by Italians. Anothe night, we had dinner at the Grill and it was wondeful. The place is extremenly expensive. I'm not sure if it's worth it, but if you've made up your mind to eat here, they won't disapoint you.
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