The premises of this restaurant have been under new management twice in the last few years. The previous owners had managed to improve greatly on the noisy and rather stark former interior as well as living up to its name "Il Pescatore" (the Fisherman) with delicious fish and seafood dishes. It is now definitely a menu for meat eaters who like fairly generous portions and, happily, the overbearing TV has been banished from the dining area. However, the décor has taken a step backwards and the service, though friendly, was rather slow despite the relative emptiness of the room. The classic local dish of "Zuppa alla frantoiana", usually a treat, proved to be short of flavour and oven roast potatoes were disappointingly pallid and soft. I fear that the restaurant will once again be up for grabs if it does not improve.
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