We enjoyed lunch here so much we booked in for dinner on our last evening in SanG.
It's a little way outside the old city walls, down a very plain street but it is worth the detour.
Our lunch consisted of various bruschetta slices, all priced per piece, with plenty of vegetarian options, all were amazing, especially the spicy ones. My partner bulked this out by attempting to eat a whole meat board, he assures me the quality of it was the only reason there wasn't much left at the end.
For dinner he went for nduja pasta which he still raves about, and I had a zucchini and saffron risotto which was perfect and left me enough room to be the greedy-guts this time and try the tiramisu. The perfect end. The wine and coffee was pretty good too.
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