Almost every saturday I treat myself to one or more of Sandro's amazing recipes, the food is wholesome, tasty and genuinely homemade. Tortelli are probably the best I have ever had, the fish cous cous' flavour is intense yet delicate and all ingredients are perfectly balanced. The roast potatoes are divine, the traditional erbazzone (a sort of pastry filled with greens and parmesan) is lighter than the ones sold in town and won't leave you feeling like you need a gastric by-pass to end your day. The desserts are also very interesting and healthy, using cane sugar in modest quantity. I usually take away the food and eat it at home (tortelli and most of the stuff can be frozen), but Gastrot has some seats availibility making it the perfect place to have a spot of lunch while out sightseeing or shopping.The downside of Gastrot is that its opening hours are quite short (12-14:30 and 18-20), the waiting times are long and, especially when it gets busy , the place gets cramped and confusion arise on who was first in the queue. But, as i say in the title, food is so good that it's worth the wait.
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