Its location in the superb Ticho House, a museum, gives Anna a very special atmosphere. The restaurant itself is immense, and when you go inside, you are overwhelmed by the delicious smells from the kitchen and impressed by the superb terrace. The menu is interesting, Italian inspired, and based on milk and fish products. Here they take pride in using only excellent quality products, which is reflected in the taste of the dishes. The focaccia is served with a tomato mousse, like a soup, in a soup plate, with a lovely chunk of goat cheese and a strong fried green pepper which gives the whole thing a delicious spicy flavor. The Straciatella Buffalo is a visually very beautiful dish, presented like a colorful garden floating in an abundant white soup the flavor of which is marked by crème fraiche that slightly masks that of the quarters of roasted peach, marinated onions, and slice of mozzarella with a few drops of olive oil. The Burro di Limoni, a delicious filet of perfectly cooked sea bass, with crispy skin outside and tender flesh inside, is served with tagliatelle and sage lemon butter for a very pronounced tart flavor. And to stay in Italy try the classic Tiramisu made according to the rules, it won’t disappoint you.