Dining out in the Assumption Day's evening in Italy is more or less complicated like choosing where to dine in new year's eve. Many restaurants boost their price tag taking advantage of the occasion, not to mention touristic spot like Liguria, average restaurants were asking around 50euro/head for blunt menus and sad location. Me and my wife found the Bayon's through TA, rung them up and a polite staff took our reservation and explained us that no Menu was proposed that night, we could have chosen à la carte.
Arrived slightly late but greeted warmly we sat and enjoy two beautiful Antipasti, continuing with two main courses with fresh and quality fish.
Service was on spot, the place is q gem, curated and warm enough to push you to come a second time, and a third.
Bill was around 60€, extremely fair for the quality laid on the table.
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