The interior could have been cosy... but it wasn’t. Too dim light (don’t remember that it would feel so distinctly anywhere before), no candles, strange manner of keeping glasses turned upside down on empty tables made it feel like the place was closed.
Service was indifferent and unwelcoming. Food was generally good, but the same bread for bruschetta, focaccia and just in the bread basket is not acceptable, excusable or otherwise possible.
On the first sight prices seem not too high, but the portions are rather small and that makes the final check feel substantial.
After getting home we had to eat some chocolate to get rid of the terrible memories of dry and plain tiramisu. Crema Bruciata (good old Creme Brulee) was excellent though. Red “house” wine (first in the menu) was the best part of the dinner.
The place is all in all ok, but we expected much more from an Italian-owned highly rated restaurant.
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