In retrospect I should have been cautious about places that hand out discount vouchers to all the hotels in the town but we were recommended to go there by the hotel that we stayed in and took them at their word. I had a dismal antipasta misto with caponata in a horrid cheap tinned tomato sauce, more cheap tinned mushrooms in oil, slabs of industrial unidentifiable cheese and ricotta, and a couple of slices of ordinary salami and ham, followed by grilled swordfish that had seen better days - it was as dry as a bone and had that strong fishy 'cod liver oil' taste of fish that is not absolutely fresh. My companion chose a bit better with bresaola to start served with excellent peppery rocket, then good spinach and ricotta ravioli in a sage and butter sauce. We had a stand-off with the waitress over whether or not we could have half a litre of open wine or not. The answer, after much discussion and going backwards and forwards to the kitchen, was 'not' - we could have a whole bottle or several very expensive glasses. The meal was not cheap at €35 a head (we forgot to use our discount vouchers!), and we wished that we had eaten elsewhere.
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