We were the only table that evening in August, so that did dampen the experience a little bit. The menu is creative, trying to avoid the standard fare you find in more touristic spots. But the execution of the dishes was a bit disappointing. In Italy we expect risotto to be always excellent, after all it is in the Po valley. Prices ware reasonable. Plus point is the large wine selection, stored in a glass cavern. But the staff did not really point us to special wines to go with our meal.
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