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Il Vecchio Mulino information
During Sunday lunch, this cosy restaurant feels like a communal dining room for the entire neighbourhood. But any time of the week it’s a highly recommended option for authentic Italian pastas, meat and fish dishes, finished off with desserts such as chocolate tortes (platters are brought around to the tables for you to choose). Kids are warmly welcomed.