Recommended by our hotel and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, struggling to understand some of the more negative reviews. The trofie with pesto was superb, fish ravioli very good, main course of grilled fish exquisite, all simple rustic fare executed very well. Desserts also good. Try to get a table inside in one of the charming rooms, not so keen on the outside bit. Service was efficient, and the only downer to some extent the fairly basic wines. Doesn't get busy until 8.30 onwards, atmosphere can be a little stale before that - stick around at Dai Muagetti round the corner until the sun sets.
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