Tucked away in a little italian cobblestone laneway is a fine place to wine and dine (if you can find it that is).
The waitress was great as she can translate the menu into english and willingly too.
We started off with the beef carpaccio, didn't look like much on the plate. However, the understated simplicity had a great impact on taste.
I then ordered spaghetti with scampi (wish there was more scampi - it's never enough). The chilli running through it gave the dish more depth. Otherwise, it could've been boring.
The fritto misto is great to share and I guess anything fried tastea great.
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