We came on the recommedation of out hotelier, who advised us that restaurants with hand written, limited menus and without people attempting to drum up business or photos of the food are the places to go, which confirmed my previous experiences of trattoria/osteria style eating. A friendly waiter showed us to out seats in a small but pleasantly rustic room. Service was well timed and surprisingly attentive considering there was one waiter and one chef for a restaurant with about 30 guests. The 26oz T Bone steak was certainly the highlight - perfectly cooked, perfectly seasoned, and reasonably priced at €28. And considering half a litre of good wine, some sparkling water, a cheese plate for two to share, a potato side (which I didnt need), and my fiancée's very tasty goat's cheese pasta dish only took the bill up to €51, it was very well priced. No 'coperta', 'servizi' or bread charge, with our digestif of Amaro gratis, was a refreshing change.
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