Small restaurant, perhaps 30 seats altogether. Mixed crowd. Various size tables which are moved around, white linen table cloths, candles and flowers. Tables really close together - not the place for private conversations. This restaurant should have a slow food plaque as it took a good 2,5 hours to get through the three courses, with a nice espresso to top it off. The starter, a squid carpaccio, was good but bland to the taste, ingredients fresh, care put into the serving. Main course, grilled tenderloin, very good, tasty and perfectly composed dish. Desert, lemon cake, good, but the sorbet runny when served. Ok service, but staff requiring a notch too much attention after each appearance. No one offered us a place to hang our coats when we came in. Overall, the resturant lacked the supernice 'extras' of a high quality italian restaurant, such as goodies to tease the buds before the first dish arrives. With the price range they have, on the expensive side, this should be expected. It offers a very good italian meal on the informal side, but did not wow me.
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