Separate small dining rooms within this restaurant give it a cosy feel. This was our most expensive meal in Cortina, although it was closest to the centre of town, so the lower taxi fare probably evened things out. Very traditional feel restaurant and we didn't think the cooking was entirely successful. The flavour of my venison loin was destroyed by being smothered in an overly sweet berry sauce and my husband went for the daily special venison dish with rice and mushrooms which by contrast was very dry. My warm pheasant salad starter course was lovely and light.
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