My wife and I had a terrific meal. For the main course, a seafood casserole with shrimp, sea scallops, fish (monkfish, I think) and clams was very good. Flavorful and finely cooked as was a past with a Mediterranean sauce of ricciola (a swordfish like fish), capers, olives, pine nuts with a tomato base. But, there were three outstanding dishes: 1) a pasta caramelatta which consisted of monkfish, pumpkin, garlic, chili pepper, honey, pecorino and a modest tomato base which overall was one of the best dishes I've had all year as the sweetness of the pumpkin and honey, the saltiness of the pecorino and the spiciness of the chili balanced each other beautifully; 2) a salad with endive, mozzarella di bufalo, raisins, mint, and perhaps a few other things, which also balanced the bitterness of the endive with the sweetness of the raisins and mozzarella; and 3) a dessert with lemon gelato, vodka and prosecco (which provided a great finish). The waiter also brought us lovely gazpacho appetizer and limoncello after we were finished. A wonderful meal.
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