That was our first culinary experience in Bologna as we just stepped out from the train. It was practical after 5 hours spent travelling and pretty hungry. We decided to head to Da Romano after having read all the positive reviews on this website. We had tomato mozzarella (surprisingly not tasty tomatoes!) and Vitello Tonato for a start, then tagliatelle al ragou and a pie filled of tortellini (how uncommon! and also very salty), and finally a parmigiana (sort of lasagna where the layers are actually slices of aubergine). The food was OK but nothing really special. We expected it a bit lighter and fresher from other experiences in Italy. The place itself was spotless and the decoration, although slightly kitsch and outdated, very cute. Service was excellent and very attentionate. Among different possibilities near the train station, this is certainly the highlight.
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