A small terrace, nothing posh, something you’d walk by easily without noticing if it weren’t for the enchanting Latino sound that almost calls you over. If at noon you’re looking for a quick, but tasty bite you’ve come to the right place. Focaccia being their speciality you’re offered a wide range of possibilities, ranging from just a one taste filling to three tastes combined. I went for the one with Gorgonzola and pancetta and a glass of Falerio, a local white wine. Mjammy! 4 large pieces, quarters of a focaccia, served warm. There’s also a nice choice of beers, also international brews.
Bragging about the food I should not forget to mention the friendliness of the owner.
At night a place probably more frequented by the young and the artists, would be or confirmed. Anyway it’s definitely a spot I can only warmly recommend to the accidental tourist. Two thumbs up.