It was our third and last time we will have had dinner here. You get the feeling that all food is thrown on the plate. A antipasti misto should be a mix of your antipasti and not what ever there is left in the kitchen. You haven't finished your starter or your main course is already in front of you. I do understand they want to use the table as often as you can, but they should try do that without giving the customers the feeling he has to leave. Main course al forno is so covered in cheese that you don't taste the food.
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