The Italians like 'un po di movimento' and that may be why no-one mentions that this restaurant is right on the Via Aurelia (the Romans marched up and down it and now the locals zoom up and down it in their Fiats instead) by a busy traffic island about three blocks back from the coast. So eating in the garden is not a restful affair. If you are looking for ambience and fine dining, this isn't the place. BUT if you want a fabulous and unusual fish meal with friendly service, original and innovative dishes and some very good value wines, this could be the right place for you. It was top quality cooking for moderate prices, excellent value. We shall definitely return although we may eat inside.
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