We've been to La Passione in July 2012. We ordered the four courses menu for 34 euro, and a bottle of red wine from the Southern part of Italy for 19 euro.
The homemade bread that was served with olive tapenade was very tasty. The tuna carpaccio was good, the ravioli served with a sauce of wild mushrooms was excellent. The veal escalope was a bit disappointing because the taste of the sauce that was served on top of it was much too strong. The dessert was fine (tiramisu was better than the fresh fruit with ice).
The atmosphere was nice. The restaurant was fully occupied. The wine list was good (mostly Italian wines as one would expect). The waitress was very kind and good, however the service was too slow in our opinion.
All in all a good place to go to, especially if you have the time to spend the evening.
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