We went to this restaurant without reservation, but were lucky to find a table. The place is well frequented, which explains also the ambient noise. We shared a spicy beef Carpaccio as a starter and had scallops with saffron rice and a steamed turbot with vegetables as main dishes. Everything was very tasty and nicely presented. The wine by the glass was served in small portions, but otherwise the service was very friendly and efficient despite the large number of patrons. The meal was rounded-up with a “gourmet coffee”, an espresso accompanied with a variety of small pastries. The price for this meal for two: 1 starter, two main dishes, 1 desert and 2 small glasses of wine was 112 Euro, i.e. rather on the expensive side.
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