Although I am an experienced traveller I found Genoa daunting, particularly at night. It was hard to find somewhere to eat that did not involve a scary alleyway or a long dark walk with shadowy lurking figures. This little place was an oasis of calm and cool 1970s music. The owner was very friendly and explained the menu. They keep the door locked during service to make the diners feel safer. Food was local and interesting. Homemade bread, pasta and sauces. Best pesto of our trip and very tasty rabbit terrine to start. Husband loved the falafels and I had super fish ravioli. It was a very pleasant meal in a cosy restaurant with a calm and reassuring atmosphere.
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