When you have had enough French food and yearn for a taste of home try this out of the way small restaurant. The staff was very helpful and the food was excellent for a price with wine and coffee of about 90 Euros
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Meeting 3 other friends at this place, we were totally full after the dinner! MaybeNot the best price ( but with discount thanks to the website La Fourchette, the bill were a little bit less expensive) but thediifferent disheswe took were worth!
Food was lovely. However, the entire menu was in French with no translations and the waitress didn't speak much English. We struggled on what to order so took a guess. Not sure what we ordered but it was really good either way. Good value for...More
Great food! Small restaurant, I'd say slightly overpriced but hey, maybe that's because it's pretty authentic Italian food.
A midweek visit with my partner, we arrived a little early to have a pre-dinner drink. From the moment we sat I felt pressured by the waiter to order and then get on with eating. There were empty tables, obviously reserved, and they had a...More
A cracking Italian resto that isn't a pizza and pasta joint but a friendly and intimate gourmet experience. The lemon veal escalope was delicious and my family reported the same about the fritto misto and sea bass. Don't think the tiramisu is the usual Italian...More