Friendly welcome, cool decor, simple and tasty.
Menu as a good choice, love the little road where the restaurant is set.
Worth checking out and go back, although as said it's more of a restaurant then a grotto.
Four of us booked Sunday lunch, having been previously a few months ago. The restaurant was full, however our table had been given away and we were placed right at the entrance, by the kitchen entrance on one side and the waiter's station on the other. Despite our vicinity to the waiter's station, it took about 20 minutes before we...