Tucked away a little towards the eastern end of the village, Bistrot Julia is worth seeking out. There may be no view except onto the street but the decoration is charming, the service excellent, the (sea) food scumptious and the wine list restaurant recently re-opened after the winter break and is at the moment is run by an effcient and friendly couple since the owner is currently hors de combat following an accident. The gran crudo (raw fish and seafood) was delicious, especially the red prawns, and my main of tuna with a pistachio crust was perfectly cooked. Others in the party were similarly delighted with their choices (clam pasta, selection of small fried fish and the like). There is a good choice of bio wines (some a little funky), and some off piste options such as Vermentino Nero (which, in my view, is similar to Morellino Scansano). That said, our group was happiest with the tried and trusted Lunae Etichetta Nera. Cheese instead of dessert was fine but a bit limited possibly because the kitchen was still getting into the swing of things.
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