We ate here after visiting the Monastery and Museum. The menu is presented on a easel, and is a mix of Italian and Japanese. The sushi seemed a bit expensive, though we weren't sure how it compared to other local restaurants. We instead ordered a pizza and fettuccine which were both tasty; the pizza was a bit large for one person. The cool temps didn't really permit us to sit out on the terrace with the great view. We enjoyed sitting inside - it's well decorated, and there's a nice view of the open kitchen. Staff were friendly, and service was reasonably quick.
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