From the outside this looks a bit like an old London pub. We chose Vittorio's because the recommended Romolo was closed and at the end of the meal we were planning to return the next evening. The next evening turned out to be their reposo so we will never know how delicious the zuppa di pesce is (it sounds promising but needs 24hr advance ordering). Anyway, what we actually had was very pleasant; mixed grilled fish of calamari, mazzancolle, gamberi and langostine (mixed languages there, sorry) and the sublime, creamy, scampi risotto. We ordered Sauvignon but it wasn't available so we just went with the house wine, which turned out to be Banfi and very, very similar anyway so we were happy.
You could spend a serious amount of money at Vittorio's (and no doubt be delighted with what you get) but with canny choices you can also eat and drink well for about €60. It is a bit Nouvelle Cuisine so don't choose it if you're starving or generally have a large appetite; otherwise it's very enjoyable and delicious.
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