This restaurant is over a century old, and has very nice atmosphere. The waiter spoke English and the menu had English in it, and they were really nice. We went with non-vegetarian friends, and everyone enjoyed their meal. The vegans ate vegetable soup with barley, raw artichoke salad, excellent grilled veggies, a saffron rice dish similar to a veggie paella, and pasta with spicy tomato sauce. For lacto-ovos, the vegetable ravioli with curry sauce was really fantastic. And the seafood eaters were equally pleased. It was not cheap, but the house wine was great and I highly recommend the place.
Cons: not cheap