Do not go here expecting an ordinary restaurant. It is not. It is, in effect, an excellent delicatessen which has morphed into a restaurant by setting about 70 covers in the pedestrian street outside. I think there only are about three or four small tables inside. We ate outside four or five times this summer. It is not haute cuisine but the food is home prepared and cooked, and delicious. It is also really good value, a rarity in this part of the world. We had a bottle of wine there for 15 Euros which we had paid 25 Euros for in La Maddelena. Mainly great fish, mussels and pasta but I can also highly recommend the Tagliata, a sliced steak. The staff are fun and work really hard. Try and book or turn up early, or be prepared to queue, as many do every evening. A great atmosphere and a really good fun place to eat.
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