We decided to have a drink of wine in the restaurant in order to review the menu before ordering food. Once sat at the table we decided the place seemed an authentic no frills kind of eatery, fairly popular with locals and some loyal returning tourists. We order 1/2 litre of house red wine, which we ended up having two of as it was nice. We had bruschetta to start which was very tasty, followed by 4 cheese gnocchi and a sirloin steak. Both mains were lovely and more than enough portion wise. The waitress was very friendly and the meal was really reasonably priced at 37 euros including a house salad and 2 cappuccinos.
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