We went to dinner at Tavola one night, after a long journey. We were almost the last ones to eat at 10 pm, and we were really hungry. We wanted to order a plate of Gorgonzola cheese, but we were scared because some Italian restaurants give you any blue cheese and say its Gorgonzola. We asked if we could see the cheese and the girl brought us a frozen piece! We ordered lots of grilled vegetables, a bit like a ratatouille, which were fresh, but they weren't flavoured at all. I also ordered a Carpaccio, which was also very cold, and I know they keep it frozen because it's easier to make thin slices of meat, but they should have removed it a bit before serving. The service was pretty slow considering that there was almost no one there. The decor is nice. It's in the ancient caverns in a medieval building, and for a coffee, it would be a good place. It cost about 15 euros per person for dinner.