If you come out of the Pinoteca Civica (MUA) when it closes at 1.30pm you can barely miss Pane Nudo as it is under the same archway. I was tempted by the blackboard to have a panino dei martiri, speck tomato and cheese, and it was excellent. Toasted and nice crunchy bread, it was everything a panino should be. Sat down and had that at a table (5€) and thought that good value. However a glass of Ligurian white Pigato (from Albenga?) was charged at 6€ (they had wine varieties on a board but no prices) which I thought was a bit steep (given I had a whole bottle of Pigato the night before in a restaurant for 15€!). Maybe it is part of a 'table tax' type system? Otherwise an atmospheric place to have a bite however.
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