Quaint, tiny restaurant near the Baptistry, very much a local place. The downside is if you don't speak Italian, the menu and the wait staff had almost no other language which made for an adventure.
We ordered lasagne with mushrooms by pointing to the Italian-only menu and hoped for the best. The waitress said something that sounded like asparagus and I said "si", thinking that would be the side dish.I received a lasagna with white sauce and asparagus within, no mushrooms within, no side dish , but the noodles of the lasagna were obviously homemade, light and delicious. It was very good but there were no side vegetables of any kind just a slab of lasagna. I recommend if you are in the mood for quality over quantity, and ready for an adventure.
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