First the good: lovely staff, beautiful linens and tableware, very pretty restaurant. The Spritzers were perfect, the house wine perfectly good. The pizzas were huge (half came home), and delicious. My husband's panna cotta, whilst small, was exactly as it should be and attractively presented. My pud was dry and needed to be served with a small jug of cream or gelato but the price was taken off the bill so I have no complaints about that. From this description you'd expect the restaurant to receive 5 stars and it would have done except we had to endure 1 hour and 25 minutes of jazz piano. Relentlessly, without a break. On and on and on and on. I remember this restaurant playing a great mix of music, a bit of jazz, a bit of blues and a bit of everything else. What happened? We did ask the young waiter to change the music and as we were the only customers he had for almost the first hour we weren't being precious I didn't think, but he said he wasn't allowed. Also, the menu hasn't changed in years now. Not a bit of fish or seafood on it - except, strangely, you can have a seafood pizza but not a seafood pasta. In this day and age I find the lack of lighter dishes a bit disappointing. Not everyone wants to eat a heavy meal. We will go back to this restaurant because it's local to us and there's a lot to like about it and I just hope someone changes the music occasionally. The price for 2 Spritzers, a bottle of house red, two pizzas, one pudding and 2 coffees was 43 euros.
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