We came across this restaurant when looking for somewhere to eat away from the busy piazzas, although on the edge of one, the vines and greenery screening the outdoor seating from the rest of the square gave this restaurant a cosy feel. After studying the Italian only menu we were ready to take a plunge, order and hope for the best but when the owner approached to take our order we were pleased to find he spoke excellent English and was more than happy to explain the menu and make recommendations. I opted for the pesto pasta, a Genovese speciality and it was divine. My steak was perfectly cooked and my partner was impressed with his clam pasta and sea bream. The restaurant was quite pricy but the food was excellent and the staff were happy for us to linger with a coffee, even though it was quite late, so we didn't feel rushed. We had to go inside and find someone in order to pay our bill, but that's not unusual in Italy!
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