We've been coming here a few years and I have resisted reviewing them for fear of letting the secret out; that they're the best, that is! Hidden away in one of the less appealing corners of the city, behind the main promenade 'Keyserlei'. on a quaint square that's lost its appeal to gambling venues, adult dance bars and the accompanying drunks, louts and police. But don't let that stop you, in fact, if you choose a table outside (in summer) it just adds to the charm of this restaurant and square, so enjoy! The restaurant is a family affair, so the staff hasn't changed for years, and are extremely friendly; both the waiters and the chef will make time to have a chat with you. Traditional as they are, you will always be served a seasonal appetizer, on the house. Meals are generous and include excellent pizza's (much better than the tourist trap Italian next to the Cathedral), a wide selection of pasta's and good choices of antipasto's and meat & seafood dishes. We've never had anything that was not tasteful, or that wasn't cooked right, unfresh, or anything else you would care to complain about. The chef is good and takes pride in his work, the kitchen is open so you can watch them at work. For drinks we generally stick to the house wine, red or white, they always have an excellent one at a reasonable price.