We found this restaurant one of the last evenings in Terracina, and wish we had found it earlier,
as this place really invited to many visits. Nice interior, very welcoming service, and very delicious food, and eureka: A restaurant that had a menu translated to correct English. We had experienced to get T-bone when we ordered beaf, Wienerschnitzel when we ordered veal cutlets to mention some of the restaurant's "English" menues. We also left to Antonio (the owner) to pick a good wine for our food, and he turned up with lovely local Shiraz, that was brilliant with the meat.
We recommend this cozy restaurant to everybody who plans a visit to Terracina.
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