Capricci is mentioned in lots of guide books, probably because so many editors and writers are too lazy to research new choices.
Here's the deal: This restaurant, established decades ago, used to be quite good (I first ate there around 1990). But things changed. New places sprung up all over the neighbourhood, and a few of them were fantastic.
Yet Capricci stuck to the same old course, offering 'standard' menus to 'tourists' when no visitor wanted to be called a 'tourist' anymore, much less treated like one. And the quality declined to the point where (in 2006) they started running local ads featuring nudity to attract customers, and as of this writing one of those posters is displayed in the restaurant!
Yet they still do some of the old standards quite well. The caponata is good, as is the sword fish. And the pasta dishes are all good. It's really a question of what you expect.
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