In a sheltered courtyard away from the hurly burly of people flogging up & down the main street on a Basilica, visit, we enjoyed a very good lunch of antipasti meats and cheeses followed by crayfish, prawns and tempura battered vegetables. The pizzas also looked excellent and were clearly well received by other diners who chose them. The inside restaurant is clean and well appointed, and the service is attentive. It's a good spot to relax from the pace of sight-seeing!
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