Our family had dinner here on the first night in Cinque Terre, the food was very tasty, delicious and fresh! The staff was friendly and courteous. The only problem is that the restaurant is very close to the train tracks (underneath) and it gets noisy every 20 minutes or so :( but it is a minor thing. It didn’t bother us but a person sensitive to noise may not enjoy it. On the positive note it has a view of the Ligurian sea! The most requested dish by other guests was a traditional fish stew made in a clay pot. We ordered the catch of the day, stuffed mussels and fritto misto. All very yummy!
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