Waited too long for food after two servers forget to place our order, took forever to cook it, then forgot two of our 13 entrees. Finally they came and we're both WRONG! Total chaos and place wasn't even busy. No excuse. Carbonara was awful.
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A warm welcome in this authentic restaurant. The menu is extensive and varied and there is am emphasis on Slow Food. The pasta is home made, as are most items on the menu (including the desserts). Usually there is an additional menu of "specials" which...More
We needed a shady spot to have some lunch and a cold drink. It was during siesta time so the place was not busy. We ordered the Gnocchi which was overdone and tasteless. I had the 'open' ravioli with butter and sage. - Gnudi Burro-Not...More
Excellent service (waitress thought we ordered peach juice but she swapped it back for orange juice immediately when we said we ordered orange juice) Local food, prepared ok, fresh and good. Not served very fast but that is because all is prepared fresh. Kids ate...More
The staff were friendly and efficient, service was quick and good. Shame I can't say the same about the food. The antipasti selection plate was good but the gnocchi was just awful. Supposedly with fresh tomatoes and basil ... a distinctly average tomato sauce (similar...More
They took AGES to come with our pizzas and then forgot about a pasta dish we ordered aswel. The pizzas were grand,weren't worth the wait. The gnocchi were mushy and tasteless. We could make them tastier at home ourselves. Not really impressed with the quality...More
Lovely restaurant, with a good atmosphere. Could do with candles on the table for dinner. Excellent choice of wine, and very friendly staff. Ate here three times in one week and would definately come back.
Visited on a very quiet Tuesday evening, no more than another half a dozen customers while we there. The food fell far short of what we expected. The gnocchi would have been better described as "cheesy semolina" and the pizza was very burnt around the...More