The black truffle menu is extensive and worth trying out - although the truffle risotto is recommended over the tagliatelle. The tagliatelle sauce was too watery, and the pasta itself was very bland in taste for "home-made" and a touch over al-dente. The aroma of the truffle is almost enough to make you forget about the blandness of the over-cooked home-made tagliatelle, but the fact that this is an italian restaurant with stores in Florence, Vienna and Moscow reminds you that you should be getting better on the basics. On the other hand, the risotto was rich, full of flavour and perfect with truffle flakes. The beef carpaccio was average. On a more positive note, the panna cotta was excellent as was the espresso. Overall, a very good casual dining experience and we enjoyed sitting outside to enjoy the good wine selection. No comment on prices - this is Zurich.
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