Tried Sette do Vino for a quick lunch and it was very welcoming. The owner tried very hard to give us good descriptions in English of most menu items, suggesting the daily zuppe di fagioli and crostini to share. Although he told us the zuppe was the same as ribollita, which it clearly is not, we ordered it anyway and it was delicious. The half portions were hearty and filling, much like a split pea soup but with beans not as mushy. The crostini, with 4 pieces of toast with toppings, was also very good. We could have ordered more, but it was certainly sufficient for quick bite to keep is till dinner. Glad we finally had the chance to try out this resto.
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