Another excellent find that is a little off the beaten path. They have a wood burning oven that produces flatbread (pizza) that is beautifully done. But the real specialty is seafood/fish. I began with a misto di mare which is a mix of grilled fresh fish, fried calamari, large shrimps and shellfish. That could have been a whole dinner. The main course I had was the "pesce di mare alla griglia," which is a similar theme to the antipasto but with larger fish steaks and very large grilled shrimps. Everything was perfectly cooked, and delicious. The herbs and spices were light and the taste of the beautiful fresh fish came through perfectly. Wine selection was wonderful. Service was excellent. English is no problem here.
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