Three of us ate dinner there on a weekday. The salads had interesting combinations of dry fruit and nuts mixed greens and vegetables. The appetizers we ordered tasted good, and had new interpretations of traditional foods, like the bruschetta with dry fig underneath the prosciutto and the cheese on top. My main dish was the fish of the day. It was good perfectly! The deserts did not disappoint either. The atmosphere was nice, too. The lighting is somewhat low for my liking, but not a negative. They had also a nice future, they offer reading glasses to costumers that have forgotten their glasses and may have issues reading the menu, although the letters are not small.
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