Starters were a light and tasty pea soup with tender squid tendrils and the freshest fish carpaccio tinged with a hint of a lemony dressing. We ordered the house specialty which was a tomato based vongole with olives served in a paper bag cut opened at our table. It was delicious.Our meal was followed by a beautifully cooked sea bream. We couldn't eat dessert as we are very full but were given complimentary mulberries grown in their garden which were fragrant and sweet, and to us the perfect ending to an exceptional lunch. I recommend this restaurant for fine dining, the freshness of the food, the restaurant's innovativeness to create a lighter version of the traditional italian fare.
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