The restaurant takes up part of the ground level in a historic tenement house in the Old Town. The beautifully restored, historic building known as ‘Palazzo Rosso’ is an ideal venue for a restaurant that serves Italian cuisine. The venetian pink of the building’s façade, white colour on the walls and rustic furniture, beautiful wooden coffered ceilings and paintings of Tuscan landscapes provide a great background to a romantic dinner or a family meeting. The menu includes Italian delicatessen, mouth-watering classics and chef’s specials: re-interpreted appetizers (such as smoky tartare), richly-flavoured pastas and salads, delicate meats prepared using the sous vide method, as well as home-made desserts. PSST! The ‘Palazzo’ hides a roofed courtyard. Wooden wall panelling and galleries will take the guests straight to Italy.