Being perched on a medieval watch tower overlooking the Mediterranean makes for some pretty fantastic ambience. Eating well on traditional Ligurian dishes makes the experience at the upscale restaurant worth the wait (even if you reserve ahead of time) and the steep price. Notable dishes include the antipasto di mare, a selection of six to eight small bites of seafood (we love the cozze ripiene, stuffed mussels, when they are in season) and the mixed grilled fish platter. If you are able to nab the single table on a small balcony at sunset, you are in for a romantic treat!