We stumbled upon this intimate restaurant when walking the charming town of Scilla. We are a couple with divergent tastes - one a vegetarian, the other definitely not! The restaurant's owners were able to satisfy both. The seafood antipasti consisted of a variety plate including octopus, anchovy, shrimp, etc. The primi course consisted of pasta with shrimp. For the vegetarian, excellent bread with dipping oil was followed by perfectly cooked pasta topped with olive oil, pepper, and grated cheese. The quarter bottle of wine ordered seemed like more and was a definite value for the money. Dessert consisted of a light, satisfying lemon sorbet split between us. Overall, one of the best meals of our trip - and overlooking the water, the view was spectacular!
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