We wanted a small, tasty but fairly simple diner, so Italian seemed perfect.
Only had a main course: Spaghetti 'Quo Vadis' (spaghetti with tomate sauce and shrimps) and filetto di maiale in carozza ( spaghetti with tomate sauce, pork tenderloin with gratinated mozzarello on top). These dishes were as Italian food should be: Few but tasty ingredients, perfectly cooked spaghetti and pure tomate sauce.
The waiter was very friendly and helpfull for us, non German speakers.
The bill was only € 41 for 2 main dishes and 1/2 liter of white wine, good value for money!
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