This small restaurant(6 tables) with menu and wine list on chalk boards features local dishes. Service was rapid and attentive. Quality was above average, especially the first course(s). second courses ranged from good to mediocre(especially the Ravioli). We were there during “high season” which may have contributed to higher prices, etc. Our bill for five people(4 second courses) was 110 Euros including 1 ½ liters house wine/ Considering that the second courses were generally around 10 Euros each, the additional 70 for the wine and “antipasti” seemed exorbitant to me, making me feel somewhat exploited. The bill was presented, non-itemized and credit cards of any sort were not accepted. My policy in ANY restaurant where I feel exploited is to never return, no matter how good the food is, and in this case it was not THAT good anyway. So be it.
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