Two large rooms and a fairly spacious outside area on the seafront filled with happy customers are already a good business card. The warm, though not intrusive, welcome is another plus. The open-view kitchen showing busy chefs and hands is an amusing feature, the service is impeccable, but best of all is the Mediterranean cuisine, truly fresh and genuine, and the carefully presented and copious portions. We tasted one of the best whites in our experience, from the Sannio region. The mixed fried seafood was excellent, as were the inkfish risotto with mussels and the raw tartare with artichoke and parmesan slivers. The tiramisu was light and fluffy and the thinly sliced pineapple perfectly ripe.
The tasty focaccia and bread were presented in a soft basket and the wine cooler was an original rigid shopper filled with icy water, to keep the wine at the perfect temperature.
The bill was not over the top, to make this a favourite venue.
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