With an outdoor terrace that is lovely in summer, this restaurant has two floors with comfortable chairs arranged around tables that are placed strategically and not too close to each other, with good lighting and excellent service. The chef, Roberto, serves dishes from all over Italy, though he tends to let his imagination run riot to create unexpected variations. Here’s an example: linguini with garlic, chilli, mullet roe and goat cheese. And how about this sublime starter – raw artichoke salad with arugula and cheese marinated in Barolo wine. Among the desserts is a semifredo di Amaretto with caramelised almonds, an excellent selection of cheeses, and finally, coffee shakerato (cold and shaken) and good grappa. A very good Italian and Spanish wine cellar. They also have a lunch menu.