We were staying in a hotel close by and were starving for lunch so took a risk and went in. At the time we went it was full of locals and none of the staff spoke English but were very welcoming. There was no English menu so we were about to do a random order when a waiter appeared who thankfully spoke English. He recommended some dishes and we went for the three course with coffee. The food was fresh and well cooked, I was really impressed with how good the Gnocchi was, This would have been enough as a main itself. We did not like the dessert but that's purely because we only really like sweet/chocolate desserts. The coffee was good and the service was great/
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