This restaurant has two floors: the upper one is a restaurant and the lower one is a taverna, the menu has fewer items but there is no charge for service. Upstairs there is also a shop with gastronomic items, we bought some excellent truffle butter and truffle honey at prices slightly cheaper than usual.
The floor downstair has ancient brick walls and a cave going down to complete the medioeval feeling. We had nice mixed antipasti, great meat and vegetables, and some porcini stuffed ravioli.
Waiters were very nice and professionals. We had a quarter of good wine for about 3 euros, much better quality than the usual 'wine of the house'. A first course is 9-10 euros and a second course is 16-20 euros.
They also organize weddings and parties.
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