We went there for dinner on a Sunday evening, and even though we initially got turned down (apparently it was fully booked), they managed to find us a nice little spot by the sea.
The owner is lovely, he comes to talk about the dishes, the provenance of the food, the wine... Really recommend the house wine! The bottle we initially ordered was out of stock so the owner advised to get the house wine and it was very good, saving us a good amount off the bill at the same time!
We ordered the Pazziella antipasto, which was a mix of cured, raw and marinated fish, as well as some delicious chickpeas calamari stew. Overall very good, we were not keen on the 'small raw fish' though, pretty tasteless.
My main was sumptuous, pasta with chickpeas and calamari (again!) And the depth of flavour was incredible, while the sauce felt creamy.
My partner's linguine and red prawns portion was a little small though, and he was disappointed by the amount of prawns (very few small pieces), even if it was tasty overall.
We ended on an overall lovely mixed berries cheesecake - nice light cream, but the base was a bit too moist.
Recommend overall, even if the quality is not consistent over the different dishes (but base quality is still high).
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