Great food in a pretty garden. Not suited for families with children. A great place for "a candlelight dinner". Not very good for guests who don't speak Italian, as the waiter constantly "forgot" that we didn't speak Italian. But really good food. We visited only once, as we didn't feel quite welcome due to the language problems.
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