This is the Italian restaurant attached to the Pod Roza hotel and is apparently serviced out of the same kitchen.
C had: caponata of aubergine, tomato and capers, cut into tiny pieces as it should be, but the star was the squid tubes stuffed with ricotta and basil – absolutely delicious she said (notably I wasn’t allowed any to taste – it was that good). Followed by a good main course of leg of rabbit with vegetables. For dessert a strawberry tartare – finely diced strawberries coated in a light syrup, covered by a circular mille-feuille biscuit and topped with a small scoop of vanilla ice-cream and mint.
Myself: Beetroot pasta – lasagne-like sheets of dark-red pasta, with pickled beetroot. The slices of meat may well have been chicken or some such - I don't now have the menu to refer to. Osso bucco and arborio rice as a main course – rich and unctuous, with plenty of meat on the massive slices of bone. Simple citrus sorbets – orange and lemon, to finish. Better than its sister restaurant next door, but not much real atmosphere.
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