We went to 7 numbers last night after hearing out great the food was.
As per usual, we share a few appetizers and a main. We had the salmon rolled with mascarpone and fennel, antipasto misto, calamari, and then the rabbit.
The salmon was good but without surprise. It was smoked salmon, it was good and that is about it.
The calamari itself was cooked well; that is not overcooked and rubbery but the batter was aweful! It was doughy and soggy nothing like the wonderful crispness that I was expecting to surround the wonderfully cooked little rings.
The antipasto misto was fabulous consisting of some very delicious marinated sour eggpalnt, a gorgeoius slice of some wonderful cheese, some spicy sliced cured meat, pepperonata, a delicious little potato fritter, and a little asparagus fitter. The eggplant was heavenly as was the cheese.
The rabbit was by far the best course of the night. It was a tender and generous serving. A copius amount of sauce pooled on the plate screamed for some torn litle hunks of bread to be left while the rabbit was savoured so that it could soak up every last drop!
The service was great. The patio is charming as long as you don't mind eating in close quarters with your neighbour.