Our group of 4 persons was satisfied with our 3 meal courses we had, although main dishes were not the most typical Italian ones when seabass and liver were concerned with vegetable garnishes. Pasta carbonara did not let down and special thanks goes to tasty tiramisu that I ranked one of the best I have had. Crème Catalana seems also to be fairly good choice among deserts. House wine was a positive surprise in terms of quality and cost. As for service it was relatively quick when the busiest dining peak was on and staff spoke several languages. Table reservation even on weekdays is advisable. Do not expect typical Italian interior when you step into this 2-floor restaurant located on an alley nearby the ancient city walls of old town. Would recommend this place without a doubt.
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