We stayed it this hotel/resort for a few nights and enjoyed ourselves. I'm not one to leave bad reviews because I understand the effect on the business, but my wife and I dined there twice - once alone and again with a native Italian restaurateur and his wife, and the four of us agreed that the food at the restaurant fell short. The rice in the beet risotto was undercooked, the beet puree in the vegetable appetizer lacked flavor and depth, the macchiaroni carbonara was also undercooked, the pork ribs were oversalted, the duck breast was boring, and the fried "gnocchi" was strange.
We felt that the chef was reaching too far to be unique and creative, and that this beautiful location would be best served by good, rustic northern Italian comfort food.
The wine was good though!
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