Having fought our way through the crowds of Olbia on a Saturday night and longing for a resturant that would not be the same of many others that we have seen this far, we noticed this establishment on a balcony overlooking the square.
Glad that we went in. Based on our level of hunger we decided to eat from the alacarte menu. I had the slow cooked eggs with asparagus as a starter and had ravioli stuffed with a carbonara sauce filling. Both were delicious and despite the appearent smalll size of the portions, I was full.
we had a very attentive service, competent without being overpowering; Great table service and crystal glasses and rapidly changing cutlery.
The Owner/chef was present at the serving of all food and gave us a quick explanation of what we were about to eat.
House bread, amouse-bouche and two bottles of house wine (bottled and labelled) were followed by dessert and (this is the first time I saw it) Grappa made from Amarone di Valpolicella.
I felt like a million dollars. Thanks a lot
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