I had lunch here with my wife and almost 4 yr old daughter. It is obviously a family run place and the extra care and personalised attention shows it.
We had a Sardignian ravioli, some Catalan prawns, a seafood soup and a Swordfish. And Sardignian white wine. The food was subtle and delicate, especially the ravioli. Even the pasta with tomato sauce they served my daughter was tasty and presented nicely.
The ambience was nice and quiet and it seems to be a nice place for dinner too. Probably better for dinner. It was a very good experience and we might go back in the next couple of days.
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