No luxury here, but good home-made food, healthy family-run place, with the added bonus of pleasant jazz evenings. Three of us had lunch there (we booked) and, whilst the service as a bit messy, the ambience was lovely (plenty of old lifebelts hanging on the walls of this old port warehouse - which is what "salvagente" means in Italian) and simple but well-cooked fish dishes. And good desserts. Plenty of regulars also, which is always a good sign.
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