Passed by and liked the look, seemed nice and traditional (I initially thought it was Spanish rather than Italian but my mistake due to the abundance of Spanish flags on currently on display in the majority of restaurants for the World Cup!)
Dealt with 3 or 4 different waiting staff throughout the night and all were friendly and helpful. Immediately on sitting down outside some salami and bread were brought to us.
Choice of 2 menus, a standard one and a tasting menu for only about €20, which although you didn’t get to see in advance (other than a general description (starters, meats & cheeses, salad, pasta main course) staff advised they would happily change anything we didn’t like just to let them know and they would bring us something else. As it turned out no need for this, enjoyed everything they put in front of us. Felt like very authentic experience not quite knowing what was coming out of the kitchen.
We had a lovely cheese and truffle pasty to start followed by a very nice carpaccio. Next course was a tasty salad of spinach tomato and ricotta.
Main course was a truffle and mushroom pasta. I’ve had truffle pasta before and not liked it so much but this was really delicious. All washed down with a nice Valencian merlot. Quite full by the end but still managed to share a tiramisu between us!
Really enjoyed all the courses of my meal so could see why it was clearly a popular restaurant with lots of people happily waiting to get an outside table on nice warm night.
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