We had read so much on trip advisor that we searched out this restaurant, it really is tucked up a side-street and unfortunately it was empty so we dithered on whether to go in, we decided that the write ups made it worth the effort and another 2 people came in so it wasn't completely empty. The man working (owner or waiter?) didn't speak English but I had my phrase book so it was fun to try, he was pleasant enough and the complimentary prosecco & bruschetta was a nice touch. We thought the food was very well priced, but the bill at the end seemed to be more for the main courses which of course we couldn't attempt to communicate, so we paid it and counted the extra 10 euro as the tip. We didn't really like the starters we ordered, but there wasn' a huge choice, the steak was a bit too rare but we hadn't stated how to cook it, the pasta was nice.
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