We are doing our tour in Italy for some weeks and chose to go to this restaurant as it seemed to offer some more refined foods than an ordinary restaurant.
I must say the dishes I ordered were nice, but my husband's starter and primo had practically the same tomato sauce (the menu was only in Italian and he was not advised that it would be better to take something else instead).
Food is well presented and my dishes were ok when it comes to taste. Mussels my husband had were very petit in size, tomato sauce was not that tasty. He also had pasta with fruitti di mare and tomato sauce - pasta was fresh and nice, but other ingredients were not fresh.
Main courses were beautiful and good. Same for crème brûlée.
We were also not offered a drinks menu.
The setting of the restaurant was an old school chic'ness, which I did not like (it looked a bit chic but modern to me on the picture). If you go for it, use fresh flowers, not plastic ones. I prefer a much looser setting - which is possible even in restaurant that want to be more sophisticated.