Polenta, Risotto, Brasato, Spezzatino, Cold Cuts, Salads. Lovely atmosphere, great outdoor terrace with stone tables and benches and an outdoor open fire where they cook the polenta in an enormous copper cauldron.
If you plan to visit over the weekend, then it is better that you reserve, it is usually always packed especially between 6.30 - 9.00.
Plenty of space inside as well. Staff is kind, friendly and know their way around. The owners, a young couple are charming, friendly and make you feel welcome. The Dutch waiter is great and has a lot of sense of humor, right person in the right place.
Strange that the risotto was overcooked (reviewer) as I thought it was just perfect and modesty apart I know what risotto tastes like.
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