We took the advice of our hotel and booked a table here on Easter Sunday for a special occasion. The food menu is traditional Italian with appetisers, pasta first courses and second course meats and fish followed by desserts. The wine menu is 26 pages long with at least 10-15 wines on each page. I would recommend you read this menu online before attending the the restaurant.
The waiter was very knowledgeable on both food and wine menus and was happy to spend time explaining and advising.
We ordered our wine and sparkling water, which was served in a Morano glass bottle. The usual basket of bread was brought to the table together with some olive oil. What’s special about that you may say? The waiter proceeded to explain where the oil came from and what was special about it and that each the restaurants chooses a olive oil from a different part of Italy. We ordered our food and was brought a complimentary appetiser of a breadcrumbed fish ball served with beetroot ketchup and anchovy mayonnaise. We decided to order a first course of pasta followed by a main dish. I had scampi carbonara with crispy bacon and my husband had squid ink pasta with cuttlefish. Both were superb tasting. For main I had sea bass fillet with cauliflower pancakes and smoked sweet potato purée. My husband had the daily special of lamb, again both were delicious. With every dish served the waiter would explain in detail what was on your plate as a reminder of what you had ordered.
Overall an excellent place with amazing tasty food and superb service. Well worth a visit.
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