After a walk up the cannons, this cafe/restaurant is just what you need! They serve cold beer, and soft drinks, and offer a small yet perfectly adequate menu - we had the tomato bruschetta, the three cheese and fried dough and the Parma ham and fried dough.
The fried dough are like little parcels of puffed up dough, which you can then stuff with the cheese/meat. I haven't seen these anywhere else so nice to try something different, very reasonable too, about 6 euros per dish.
Friendly service, and they didn't mind is taking cover when the heavens opened!
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