We tried it last Saturday.
It is located in one the more active area in Brescia. Once Arnaldo Square has been closed to traffic, it will become one of the best places where to spend an evening.
Coming to the restaurant, menù is quite simple and traditional. What we selected was ok: good quality and well cooked.
Staff is friendly and follows you actively.
Prices are ok considering where you are having dinner.
Wine list is, from my point of view, very basic. Let me add that I am not a great fan of Northern Italy wine except Barolo and Amarone. I would add few options from the Centre and from the South to give clients wider selection.
Pity there was a too loud music last Saturday which disturbed a lot our conversations.
To be honest I did not find anything which would push me to recommend it to friends. Most probably I am into a totally kind of environment and atmosphere.