Although this restaurant can only seat 35, it's worth trying to get a table. The atmosphere is very English, with proper, upright waiters, impeccable service and dark wood furniture with mirrored ceilings. The menu, which changes every day, can be read on a large blackboard hanging on the wall. The philosophy is to slow food, quality products, and average prices. You can choose between several Mediterranean dishes made with fresh products, from pasta to meat. The sheep's cheese souffle I tasted was delicious. The desserts - mine was a cheesecake - were delicious and homemade, in generous portions.