I was just passing by looking for some Italian restaurant and faced this small entrance with not much expectation. As a surprise the food was great, if you go there please ask for the Crema Di Broccoli which was simply one of the best soups I've ever had.
The Restaurant Amigo was a great little find after a long day sightseeing and shopping.
Past the fascade and open kitchen is a clean, cozy seated area, well handled by the friendly and helpful waiters (who spoke decent enough english and cracked the odd joke or two).
The food itself was freshly prepared in a open kitchen (no hidden chefs...