The inside and outside dining seemed equally popular, but the music from the lavender stand in the square overlooking the lake was not to my taste so put up with this to enjoy the view, but food and service equally good inside and out. The standard is set by the linen tablecloths and the most expensive cover charge we came across, but the home baked bread and variety of it was better value than the breadsticks in others. We saw some chefs being trained and the kitchen is always busy. The menu is extensive and demonstrates the Italian versatility, although rack of lamb seemed the most popular main course. The specials are worth asking about and ate here twice and enjoyed these, duck and steak. The first courses vary and the pasta dishes can be quite filling. Look carefully at the pudding descriptions as ordering rice pudding based did not quite turn out as expected, but was a tasty morsel - least good value part of the menu, but the creativity is apparent. The wine list goes from moderate to pricey, but good value is to be had with discerning selection. This was the best place of the several where we ate in the town and would choose this if could only go to one.
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