This historical restaurant kept the prices honest over the years. It is not "chela", but not extravagantly expensive or a "tourist trap". The clientele is a mixture of tourist and locals, the latter a testimony of the good, authentic food. Do not miss the home made fresh past with pesto (a typical basil, pine nuts and extra vergin olive oil sauce), one of the best I've had. The fish is another speciality, always fresh and the "fritto misto" (a mix of fried small fish and shrimps) is excellent. The restaurant is on an old square, which has become "fashionable" with lots of bars, but it is not particularly noisy and in the warm months the dehor (patio) is most enjoyable. The restaurant seems to be a bit understaffed, so service can be a little on the slow side, but the waiters are very efficient, run around all the time and do their best to satisfy any request you might have, also providing good suggestions for the food and wine.
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