Recommended by the eldest child Locanda Montin was a perfect place for a late lunch. In a quiet garden we dined on sea bass and spaghetti alle vongole with a bit of Prosecco and Pinot Grigio for fluids.
The spaghetti was al dente and had a generous helping of Poseidon’s bounty in the form of delicious cockles. I could have stayed there all day but we had art to see.
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