We visited this restaurant on the basis of a recommendation from the fine barman at our hotel and they organised a reservation for us that evening. Since it was our first full evening out and we were not familiar with the location it took a bit of finding. Once there they found us a table on the first level down into the cave, this area looked interesting but the musty smell was not pleasant and it must be awful if you are right down on the lower level with no fresh air at all.
The cooking is fine and tasty with pretensions to fine dining without really reaching this level. Julie has a zucchini starter which was a very good dish and I had ribollita , which was the wrong choice as it was tasty but nothing special. The bread was very good, fresh and an interesting selection. For the main course we both chose a ballotine of pork and spinach which was well presented and fine. I finished there but Julie had a chocolate fondant pudding which again was fine made with good chocolate.
This is not a cheap place and given the atmosphere we chose not to return during our stay.
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