Was nearly put off by the negative reviews on here but my partner had good memories of this place 18 years ago so we came anyway and am so glad we did!
The staff were very friendly despite being very busy. I started with the signature dish of deep fried artichoke which was delicious and had the lamb sweetbreads with a side of chicory & chilies as a main. There were plenty of vegetarian options available, the deep fried mozzarella going down particularly well with our youngest son. Without any prompting the sweet trolley was introduced with various cheesecakes, strudels etc. The chocolate ricotta cake was wonderful.
Good selection of wines and beers and a great atmosphere; at the end of the day this place was packed with locals and tourists on a Wednesday evening so probably doesn't need great trip advisor reviews to survive!
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