We were glad to find this trattoria near where we were staying. The food was quite good, prices not bad for the location. The atmosphere is nice (off the busy streets), though for us it was ruined by a large table of American tourists who, judging by their conversation, must have assumed no one else in the place spoke English. (Other reviews indicate this is not a tourist place, but our experience was otherwise.) Note that this place was first a wine shop and later a restaurant, according to our waiter. Staff may try to push expensive wine, but we eventually found a respectable vintage at a reasonable cost.
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