Contemporary, efficient in the service, fun furnishings and well-presented, affordable (already the three tasting menus, starting at 42 euro for four plates, ranging up to the non-intangible roof of 58 euro for six dishes, represent a nice entry ticket), well-kept and somehow essential, with a map measured in the number of dishes offered and in the dose of creativity “loaded” in each. Some examples: the classic beef tartare, but “awakened” by amaranth popcorn, sweet garlic mayonnaise and porcini powder; the fried rice arancino with seafood that “mimics” a first course (like risotto) finished with a black thai sauce and wild fennel; or the vitello tonnato which changes consistency, bite (and final results) becoming “crisp”. Desserts are just as amusing. A meditated wine cellar – though not huge – and consistent with the food model. Courtesy without affectation.