Although the place looked touristy the food turned out to be typical of Ferrara. Friendly customer service. We had the pasticcio de macaroni and pasta zuccha. Tasty but small
Portions. House wine was decent.For dessert we had the local pampapata. Delicious but heavy. Coffee came with extra biscuits and chocolate. Good for a relaxing lunch and close to main tourist sights
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