The restaurant is a really small place and actually hidden behind a counter of Italian hams and cheeses. The dining room in the rear has four tables and total of twelve seats. The front provides some additional space but comes with bar stools. As the size suggests, the atmosphere is friendly and personal. The three of us were accompanied to the table and served nice and friendly. All foods were freshly prepared. With the availability of all sorts of ham, cheese and vegetables from the counter, pasta and pizza are always fresh and all wishes are catered for. However, the special dishes such as fish, venison and meat vary on daily basis. Also, things could be sold out (and quite a few of them were) and so on. If you manage to pick something which is actually available, the quality is very good. The cooking style has always been modest, fresh and handmade and unfailingly in the past. I would imagine an Italian mum to cook like this. Similarly, the desserts are substantial and good, but rarely differ from profiteroles and tiramisu. One of specials is that you can just go and buy the ham or whatever you had for dinner at the counter and take it home.
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