Stopped in Trent on our way back into Germany. We've lived in Europe for over a year so we know what to expect from the majority of European restaurants. We decided to eat here based on a listing in a travel book. On arrival we waited in the foyer patiently for 15-20 minutes, then the host came by and asked how many in our party. After I told him 4 he briefly told us in Italian that there were no available tables. After getting his attention before he was able to turn around and asking if it was possible to wait for a table, it was a simple no and he was on his way. We went to the small restaurant across the street and had an excellent lunch before touring the nearby castle. Honestly, I would have liked to have written a different review, with a rating of the food but am unable to due to my experience. But hey, honestly, the place was bustling so a single group of tourists turned away is not going to put a dent in there business profit. I just wish the situation was handled differently by the host. Maybe it's partly my fault for not having reservations but the menu is posted on a board, streetside. Night and day with the restaurant across the street. Trust me.
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