The menu is written in both German and Italian. None of the staff could really converse in English or adequately explain any item on the menu. I was REALLY misinformed about their tomato and fish soup even though I went to great lengths of enquiry trying to determine whether it comprised more that tomatoes and fish. I asked twice whether it ONLY had fish and tomatoes and was assured "yes, only fish and tomatoes". This fell well short of what I was hanging out for but it was late and I was tired so I opted for the fish soup. When it arrived I was amazed and pleased to discover that it also incorporated mussels, baby clams, prawns and squid. It was exactly what I really wanted and it tasted delicious. My best advice to diners who can't speak either German or Italian is to order the Tomato and Fish Soup which should really be called "Seafood Soup" and it is a full meal in itself. It cost approx 16 euros and was reasonable value for money.
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