Had dinner there, at a time when a couple of nearby better rated restaurants (my first choices) were already full. Overall was happy with the place. Had the horsemeat tartare as a starter, followed by the beef tagliata. Simple but good. My wife had the cozze start and mixed fried fish. Also good. Service was not as slow as suggested by other reviewers, but the two waiters could have used a little help.
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