We enjoyed a good lunch at La Macina, a starter (which was huge - the fried Italian one) and two pasta dishes.
Don’t expect gourmet cooking (the homemade ravioli was bulky - the dough was way too thick) but every tastes good, portions are generous, service is great and prices are mid to low level. Recommended.
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