This is not a 'wow factor' restaurant like the one perched on a cliff, but it is a very good one just the same. The food was excellent and the service very friendly and professional. It has outdoor seating in a pedestrian street full of restaurants, but the night we went there it was cold so we chose to eat inside. The atmosphere was cosy and 'homey' - altogether a warming experience. The waiter recommended a nice red wine and placed an aerator on the table - a novel experience. This restaurant is a satisfying and genuine choice among the more touristy offerings in this town.
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