Tucked away off the beaten track, this converted farm house exudes warmth and comfort, specialising in local, seasonal and homemade, including the tasty bread and pasta.
The menu is fixed, allowing close attention to every dish, of which there were several!
The standout dish was a wonderful pumpkin and gorgonzola risotto. The servings were nicely balanced, but I gladly took a second helping of the risotto!
There was a good choice of wine. We followed the eat local mantra and enjoyed a lovely full bodied bottle of Gattinara (Torraccia Del Piantavigna, 2009).
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