This restaurant is located near to Piazza Unita d'Italia. It is the only restaurant in the city which boasts the privilege of being able to supply itself directly from the family fish shop. It has been famous since the 1950s and has been mentioned in many national and international gastronomical guides. It is one of the oldest restaurants in the city, and perhaps its only problem has been caused by this, it has been unable to modernize and update its cooking. The cuisine is good, although not the best to be found in the city. You can try granzievola alla triestina, lobster cooked in Istrian dessert wine, sea bream and scorpion fish prepared in wine, and salted fish. For dessert you should try the rigojanci, a typical Hungarian variety of chocolate sorbet. The wine list is good.
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