We ate lunch at the outdoor cafe. Lots of calzones, sandwiches, chips, that kind of thing. Then you take it outside and sit in an incredibly beautiful setting to eat your lunch. They also had an indoor dining area, but we didn't eat there so can't vouch for that. The food is expensive, but when you consider the location and the view, it all makes sense.
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