The Panson restaurant, founded at the end of the 18th Century, in the heart of the historical center, sits inside a 16th-century palace and is still owned and managed by the same family. On the walls the drawings of the famous local artist Lele Luzzati are shown off; in the little room, there are plenty of souvenirs concerning Admiral Nelson, since it seems that he used to stopping here during his stays in Genoa. Obviously the kitchen has been kept traditional, with many fish-based plates and some original creations by the cook, such as the vegetarian barbecue (vegetable and fruit). In summer, there are more or less 15 seats outside, where you can stay hours on end watching the people passing by in the alleyway.
- Open Hours: Sunday to Saturday from 12:00 PM to 02:30 PM, Saturday from 07:30 PM to 10:30 PM
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, diners
- Nearest Train: Metro (stop: De Ferrari, Sant'Agostino)