Very traditional cooking well executed. Pasta starters were good, and the fresh fish was excellently done - a choice of wild (pescato) or farmed (allevato) cooked in any number of ways (ours was cooked in white wine with olives), but there was a limited choice, depending on what had been caught. Dessert of the day (flan) was a little disappointing. The restaurant was very plain and only two other tables were seated the evening we were there. Overall, quite good but not exceptional.
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