While the views are nice and the service was decent and polite, our lunch experience here was ruined by the quality of the food. My husband and I each ordered a glass of the house white wine and a pizza off of the snack bar menu. The wine was the first disappointment – it was highly acidic and of poor quality, and a single glass cost almost as much as a half-liter of house wine at the other restaurants we'd visited on our trip. Then there was the pizza. After enjoying delicious Italian pizza during the past seven days, we were disappointed to be served what appeared to be tourist trap food: a thick-crusted, American-style pie with no sauce, no herbs, no redeeming qualities. This was the only time on the trip when we felt the experience didn't justify the price.
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