The restaurant is tucked away in a narrow street, parallel to the main road, based in an old building, with some outdoor seating. It was usually near full when we visited in September - went twice in our week's stay. The service could not be friendlier - the boss, Andrea, is bubbly and enthusiastic, and takes a lot of pride in the restaurant and its food.
It is good mid-budget dining. Generous portions for the price (if you have a small appetite, may wish to order course by course), depending on the meal. My own favourite was the carpaccio. No Pizzas - specialize in a variety of bruschette.
There is a potential language barrier - I am an English mono-phone, and the staff there are mainly Italian and German speaking with middling English, so there is the potential for errors in ordering (minor and straight away dealt with with a smile).
We left happy.
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