Gorgeous spot and lovely old buildings. We went at night so did not get the full impact of the place. Would love to go there again for weekend breakfast or lunch. A big group of us went and the reviews were mixed. Those who ordered pizza complained of them tasting microwaved and the base too doughy. The veal parmigiana was apparently very good and I was extremely impressed with the Linguini Marinara...the large quantity of seafood in the dish was very fresh and top notch. The service was also very good with the exception of one meal arriving five minutes after the rest! I think the delightful rural setting is this restaurant's saviour and I will definitely be back in the future. The prices probably reflect the quality of the food so for this reason it is pretty good value for money.
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