Neapolitan place in the middle of continental Italy. The establishment is in the outskirts of town near the train station. Large premises, with outside dining area and large dining hall inside. The menu includes generous portions of pasta, grilled and fried fish. We had linguine with lobster and scialatelli (typical neapolitan thick spaghetti) with swordfish and clams. All huge, fresh and well cooked.
Local wine list with fair markup. More ambitious reds and more mundane whites.
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