I went here for a business lunch. My expectations were quite high, and unfortunately were not met. The dishes we tried were very average in taste. E. g. the scrimps trio was nicely presented and the scrimps seemed of good quality, but they were overcooked and had therefor lost the basic taste. The gnocchi al tartufo were the best thing we had in the restaurant. The sashimi tuna was ok, but again nothing special. It was probably the question of the quality of tuna. For a raw tuna the fish really has to be of superb quality otherwise the taste and structure is just not as it has to be. The service was impeccable. The waiter new his wines, which is normal since the place is a part of a winery. The 2011 Malvasia we tried was very nice. The place has potential but they should sort out some basics such as the cooking time for specific dishes.
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