Being one of two restaurants in Molina, my fiancé and I decided to try Antica Hosteria. There is no menu, you simply discuss the meal with the owner (he speaks a bit of English so it helps if you know some Italian) and you eat. We had some excellent antipasti with area cured meats and cheeses, delicious wild boar pasta and a massive steak florentine cooked rare (the quality is good enough they will often serve it almost raw). The desert was a homemade zucchini and almond cake...moist, warm and delicious.
Note, the house wine is a bit watered down, so I would have ordered a proper bottle...to make up for it, the grappa was on the house. A truly enjoyable experience. Lots of locals too, so it's properly authentic.
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