The restaurant is very small inside, only about 5 tables, so booking a table is strongly recommended. There are several more tables outside.
The menu was written on a board in Italian, happily the staff were happy to translate for us, though it was not as straight forward as you might hope.
The menu was a little unusual, in that the 'classic' Italian options (carbonara, bolognese, etc..) were not present, so be prepared to try something different! The food we had was excellent. The house white wine was really delicious.
Note for parents, the highchair provided didn't have any straps, so it was a bit of a challenge keeping our son in place. The 2nd night we came we made sure to get him to sleep before arriving at the restaurant!
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