This place used to be a monastery - hence the hoods on the serving staffs aprons. The place is big, and was very busy when we left about 9pm, but quiet when we arrived at about 7pm, so I'd recommend booking if possible or you may have a wait. The menu is huge and slightly tricky to navigate, but you probably couldn't make a bad choice! We had the quinoa salad and crumbled olives to start. They were both lovely, and the crumbled olives were really unusual. We then had pasta from the first page including the vegetarian one, the rabbit one and the seafood one. I had the tuna, coconut and lime pasta which was so good! Small pieces of cured raw tuna with coconut milk, cheese and pieces of lime. We then had the panna cotta with caramel sauce which was the best we'd ever tasted. We also had the local tartufo and the raspberry meringue, which I highly recommend! We were offered complimentary limoncello after the meal. This was a real high class, authentic Italian experience!
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