Certainly off the beaten track up a cute alley, Degustibus nevertheless offers nothing much more than any typical tourist restaurant. Only handed English menus (which are often poorly interpreted) we got an Italian one too for much needed clarification.
Food was mixed. Entrees were seafood salad - very chewy; battered vegetables (tempura on the Italian) were stodgy; mussel soup was too dry to be called a soup; and an ok spag vongole. Mains were a very oily saute of vongole; a porcini risotto that was the right colour but had no sign of mushroom; a very strong cheese gnoochi that and 2 reasonable dishes of grilled swordfish and veal involtini (although both needed something as they looked a bit lonely sitting alone on the giant plates).
Service was slow and while one waiter was very friendly, the other was surly. We arrived early but there were already some big tables so possibly they get tourist groups in, I ended up going inside to pay the bill as we struggled to get anyone's attention and we didn't have the patience for dessert or coffee so stopped elsewhere nearby,
All up I can't recommend.