Piazza Abba is clearly popular with locals. It appears to be regularly booked out, and we only got a table by being there early. It wasn't much of a table, because it was close to an open door - and September evenings in Sesto Calende are by no means always warm. The manager eventually closed it, having established that other guests nearby had no objection. We were then less than overwhelmed by the waiter who insisted that when we asked for a vino bianco secco we wanted prosecco. Perhaps he thought the English are obsessed with warm prosecco, but it was only by appealing to another member of staff that we were able to move on from the Spumante section of the long wine list. However, once things were underway, the food was well-presented and tasty. The beef tagliata was perfect, and the pizzas were generous in both size and topping. The atmosphere in most of the restaurant was cheerful and cosy.
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