Pretty little restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. The weather was just so-so and we chose to eat in, but it was a bit airless and hot - outside might've been better.
Bread was served as soon as we sat down (covered by a two euros per person cover charge) and was quite dry (as seems common in Italy).
We started with an antipasto platter - which was really delicious. Then moved on to ossobuco, rabbit and tripe.
Food was excellent, service efficient (but not overly friendly) and the evening successful!
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