If you prefer to people-watch, choose a table at the front of the restaurant. The rear offers a garden-like ambience with more privacy. The cuisine has a mix of Spanish, French and Italian elements. From the beef ossobuco to the made-in-house pasta, the food really stands out with a sense of creativity. There's even a salad with lobster and shrimp. They also have a craft beer selection, very rare in this area.
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