We booked a terrace table, looking forward to an atmospheric dinner and a good eating experience. The food was indeed good. We shared a starter of mixed hot and cold antipastas, which were extremely good (but one between two is really quite sufficient). I then took the taglietelli with truffles; very good. My wife took the veal with pecorino cheese, which was delicious. The white wine was a bit of a disappointment, but then we should have taken the local "fizzy" stuff, rather than try to be clever. However it was the atmosphere that stopped this being a truly great experience. Perhaps this was due to the waiter, who was quite sullen?
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