I read about how their risotto was the best in town. Certainly, it has to rank high -- nice, firm texture, well-flavored and with nice coloring (you can see a strand or two of saffron). But it was hard to get overly excited beyond that. The service was genial but VERY slow. Other dishes (we had a pasta and a starter of herring and anchovies) were unremarkable. And if you're a tourist, this is a bit off the beaten path. Perhaps that's part of its charm -- you will be eating among well-heeled locals, not your fellow tourists. But I'm not quite sure it's worth the extra effort to get here for the meal you're served.
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