We had reservations and were seated promptly outdoors. I started with a glass of Cava which was dry and lightly sparkling and very refreshing. It was served in a special glass with a generous pour.
Next we got the halibut fritto misto and the cutting board. We held off on ordering main courses to make sure we had plenty of time with these. We had a nice Pinot Noir throughout the meal, the one that's available by the glass.
The cutting board was phenomenal. There was a piece of pate, olives galore, sopressata, salami, house made raisins, walnuts, pickled red onions, three cheeses and two kinds of mustard, served on a cutting board. We ate that with the fresh bread that comes to every table. The halibut was also outstanding. Our calamari loving son declared it to be "really great" as he polished it off. I especially liked the zucchini chips that were included with the halibut.
For the main course, I got the radiatore with shrimp, my son got the tagliatelle Bolognese, and my husband got the skirt steak. The radiatore was a light dish and the fresh ingredients including perfectly cooked shrimp hit the spot. I made it spicier with red pepper flakes. I tasted my son's Bolognese and wow! I want to try that at home, and I am sure it will take all day to get that tomatoey richness and flavor pop with the stewed meat, not to mention the homemade tagliatelle. My husband ate all of his skirt steak. This was perfectly cooked with a tasty sauce and scalloped potatoes.
After our feast, we went for a nice walk on the beach. We needed it!
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