Very beautiful and classy restaurant, with a lot of history and the decor to show it. The dishes are mainly Bolognese cuisine in the best tradition, I suggest you to try the 3 first courses set which includes tortellini, lasagna and THE REAL Bolognese pasta, tagliatelle (flat home-made noodles) ragù (Italian name for Bolognese meat sauce). Please DON'T ask for spaghetti Bolognese - actually a dish that does NOT exist in Italian cuisine - but eat some real tagliatelle and you won't regret it. The wine is gorgeous too, just ask the waiter if you're not sure what to choose; they'll make sure you get what you want (and even more).
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