Pleasant cuisine, mostly based on local and Italian tradition but interpreted with a very light hand and some brio and originality. Over two visits, I especially liked a starter of "gazpacho" with grilled prawns, a primo of tortelli with herbs, with a tasty but not overwhelming cheese condiment, and an exemplary, very nicely moist and soft, pork shank. The rest of what we tried was less impressive but all OK.
The inside room is quite elegant, and there is also an outside area for the good seasons. Service is smiling and kind, even if sometimes it could be more attentive. Prices, both for food and wine, are keen. Interesting wine list, very strong on local producers (not only the 'own' Cantina Lavis).
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