This restaurant is located a little bit up the hill, get ready for a bumpy road.
But it all pays out. Food jist tastes wonderfull and fresh and the table wine works well.
Go for the mushroom and chestnut ravioli or the gnocchi as a starter. And then the tagliata and the local polenta.
Great dinner for a fair price!
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