We loved this little restaurant. Seating in a garden setting in the front facing the street was very pretty. Service was great. We had a nice bottle of wine and sand dabs, which were fresh and cooked in a garlic caper sauce. Light meal but filling. They served a complimentary crostini. Vegetable was green beans, done perfectly with a little crunch. Potatoes with marscapone were creamy and good. My only criticism was the dessert. Sadly the pastry on the chocolate tart was quiet hard and difficult to cut. Our creme brulee tasted great but was not set and watery. A better dessert would have gotten them the highest rating. Overall we really enjoyed our meal here.
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