We started with a wonderful appetizer of Prosciutto San Daniele, cut with their very impressive prosciutto cutting machine, housed in a little glass room at the front of the restaurant. These are thin slices of pure salt-cured heaven.
I also ordered the roasted portobello mushroom which was a rather small plate with one single mushroom. That one mushroom was delicious, but I don’t think I would order this again, there are too many other tempting delights on the ever-changing seasonal and daily menu.
As a main I had a pasta (thicker than a spaghetti but not a flat or hollow pasta; the name eludes me) with roasted squid and other sea creatures. It was absolutely fantastic! I didn’t even want to share a bite of this meal! The tomato sauce was reminiscent of a rosé; rich and creamy, but this was no rosé sauce, I don’t even think there was cream in it!
Overall, this was a great experience and I am positive that I’ll be visiting this restaurant again really soon!