- Linen-clad tables, graceful arcs and attractive paintings make up part of the decor here. The Carpaccio Napoletano features sliced raw fillet cooked in olive oil and garnished with celery, lemon and parmesan. Those who prefer clams should try the Soute Di Vongole. The clams are cooked with garlic, chilli, olive oil and white wine. For meat eaters, there are the Tenderloin, Strip Sirloin and T-bone steaks. Besides the usual soft drinks and juices, beer is also served. The alcohol list also includes Bacardi, Campari, gin, martini and vodka. For dessert, try the tiramisu or crème caramel.
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