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Ostaria Da Rioba: Italian....but not
We actually stumbled on this place only because Attica Mola was booked when we got there so we just kept walking. The food here is Italian with a twist or two. It's sort of an Italian/Nouvelle/Fusion/I don't know what cuisine. It's very popular with the local 20 somethings and a few of us old fogeys as well.
Favorite Dish: I couldn't pronounce it then, so I sure don't remember it now, but there was grilled chicken, pasta and some other things in there along with a vodka sauce that was to die for. My wife actually remembers what she had. She had Artichoke Risotto which was equally tasty but not as fun to discribe.
Ostaria da Rioba: Friendly atmosphere very helpful waitresses
This restaurant waw away from the tourist areas, althoughwe weren't the only tourists to find it that night. The waitress translated the menu for us (which was lucky - as we hadn't a clue)
we wen the whole trip and had anti pasti, prima pasti, mains and deserts. we could hardly walk afterwards?
The wine was goo too!
Favorite Dish: The fillet staekk was good - but the scampi was very fiddly.
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