Our taxi got us to the restaurant a little early for our reservation. The very charming staff promptly produced glasses of prosecco and some nibbles to tide us over until our table was ready ten minutes later. The first amuse bouche consisted of various small tidbits of fish, including octopus; the second was a sort of "poofy" bread with an indentation in the center filled with a thick tomato sauce. The first course was a mixed seafood crudo in olive oil with black sale sprinkled on it. My second course was rabbit with rosemary over a bed of greens with a creamy saffron sauce. The greens tasted like spinach but were not so soft as spinach -- more of a collard texture but definitely a spinach-y taste). The plate was finished with two small dollops of a minced tomato/parsley mixture and a couple streaks of balsamic reduction. Fabulous! There was an intermezzo of bread, custards and a white chocolate mousse. Our dessert was an apple tatin with caramel semi-freddo. THEN they brought a plate of cookies and chocolate truffles. The wine selection was excellent as was the service. I concluded that I might die from overeating that that I'd be smiling when I went.
Next day I went out to buy black salt to take home with me. YUM!
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