It’s not that Vivino is a bad restaurant neither it’s a good one. The staff tries too hard to pretend that their fast-food-level cooking represents authentic Italian cuisine. Mediocre and rather expensive for that level of quality.
Spaghetti aglio e olio was tasteless and watery dish, without dry chili flakes. Burrata was buried in untidy pile of arugola and cherry tomatoes. Surprisingly a decent tiramisu was the best part of the lunch.