Had a dinner here on a Tuesday night. It was still quite busy in contradiction to the other restaurants we passed by which even increased more our expectations. The brasserie has high cealing and you can look into the kitchen while dining which is always a good sign that the restaurant has nothing to hide. We ordered the meat antipasti which stilled our hunger, but which was not something to rave about. The opposite was the case with the shrimps croquette which was homemade(you can tell since they were uneven in shape) and tasted fantastic and very creamy.. Then the other starters were octopus salad(tasty but not impressive) and the ravioli which was again very good! The steak was grilled to perfection and tasted also great. We did not order any desserts, but the whole meal was very satisfying! Oh yeah, the Sangiovese wine was very surprisingly very good! I would definately recommend this brasserie if you are in mood of good quality brasserie food!
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