Close to the basilica, this unassuming trattoria is just off the main tourist streets but worth seeking out. It isn't a big place but has a comprehensive menu: we chose mushroom soup and carpaccio for our starters, followed by pork chops and seafood risotto. All were very good with the carpaccio the one that stood out. Our waiter offered helpful advice on wine - as only one of us drinks wine, I usually have a limited choice of wines by the glass. Here I was offered a Hungarian merlot with the carpaccio and then a local white wine with the risotto: both were an ideal match with the accompanying dishes. We were tempted by the desserts - the house speciality of cheesecake and a tiramisu which were both up to the standard we expected. For 3 courses each, 2 glasses of wine, fruit juice and water, plus the added service charge the bill came to 18,420 ft (68.20 euros). We ate inside next to a whacky fish tank - they had only one table free when we arrived so it's clearly a popular place and deservedly so.
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