It's a restaurant located in a Yacht Marina and thus very busy during regattas. Its quite an upmarket clientele - and with good reason.
We went there as a group as guests of the local yacht club and went back afterwards on our own account having spent extra time in Scarlino before we returned to UK
The staff are absolutely charming.
The range of malt whiskies in the bar was outstanding. But other choices are not so great in the spring (the sailing season was only starting when we went). The bar ran out of tonic so on our last night we had gin and lemonade. The restaurant ran out of parmesan cheese and ice cream.
It stays open though, in the low season because thdiscerning locals go there.
The food was really good. We had excellent shell fish , wonderful risotto, beautifully cooked fish and good, inexpensive wine. Our last meal was very simple - pasta with a wild boar ragu and either an apple sponge or a ricotta cheese with a little sauce.
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