We decided to have diner just before going to the theatre. There is only one person running the restaurant and it shows. No money on his mind, only the smell of perfect Italian cuisine. It is no place for a quick bite, but the fresh bread and olive oil together with a bottle of Nero D'avola made the wait worth while. New people arriving were refused even with only half of the tables occupied. Not the most commercial attitude, but who cares? When the food entered the table all was forgiven. Perfectly served linguine with spiced up tomato sauce, ravioli to make you feel as in Tuscany. Do yourself a favour. Go to this restaurant but make sure to have a reservation. It would be a pity not to be able to enjoy the food.
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